Tiffany M. Miller
Tiffany M. Miller
South Dakota Financial Services Lawyer
A native of Burke, South Dakota, Tiffany joined the firm in 2007. Her practice focuses primarily on banking and financial services law with an emphasis on bank regulatory compliance. Tiffany advises clients with regard to matters involving various state and federal banking laws, including the Truth-in-Lending Act (TILA), Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA), Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), Bank Secrecy Act (BSA), Electronic Fund Transfer Act (EFTA), Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), UDAAP, E-SIGN, and their implementing regulations. Tiffany also regularly assists financial institution clients in the drafting of consumer disclosures and agreements relating to financial products and services, including agreements related to credit card and prepaid card products.
Outside of the office, Tiffany is involved in a variety of community activities. She serves on the board of directors for the Team Jack Foundation and Dow Rummel Village, and is on the Greater Sioux Falls Chamber of Commerce Community Appeals Committee. Tiffany is an active member of her church, where she sings in the choir. Tiffany and her husband, Nathan, are parents to three young boys, Noah, Luke, and Graham.
Thank you to all who joined us for the 16th Annual Davenport Evans Banking Seminar, Friday, April 21, at The Country Club of Sioux Falls. Click on the images below, or click through the image viewer, for photos from the day. The seminar began with a hot breakfast and...
Article by Jill Callison, shared courtesy of the Greater Sioux Falls Chamber of Commerce. Click here to view the April 2023 Chamber News, Vol. 58, No. 6 In 2013, Tiffany Miller joined the Community Appeals Committee, which researches applicants for capital fund...
On January 5, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) published a notice of proposed rulemaking (the “Proposed Rule”) that would effectively prohibit noncompete clauses in contracts between employers and workers. The FTC’s authority to issue regulations prohibiting...
Under current Regulation Z, card issuers are prohibited from charging a penalty fee on credit cards unless they have either (1) determined that the dollar amount of the fee represents a reasonable proportion of the total costs incurred as a result of the consumer’s...
Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) generally provides that, as a place of public accommodation, a financial institution must ensure that its goods and services are available to people with disabilities by making reasonable modifications, offering...
Over the past several years, employers have worked to provide flexible work environments in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Employees have taken advantage of these opportunities and are likely to continue to request flexible work environments in the future,...
Ask any employment law attorney this question, and you’re bound to receive the answer dreaded by clients everywhere… it depends. Over the past several decades, more and more employers have implemented employee health promotion and disease prevention programs, commonly...
Davenport Evans lawyers Sarah Richardson Larson and Tiffany Miller have been selected as 2020-2021 committee chairs for the Greater Sioux Falls Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber offers 14 committees, each with a different purpose supporting the Chamber's mission, to...
Davenport, Evans, Hurwitz & Smith, LLP
Partner: 2014 – present
Associate: 2007 – 2013
South Dakota State University
(B.S., summa cum laude, 2004)
University of South Dakota School of Law
(J.D., Sterling Honor Graduate, 2007; M.B.A., 2007)
State Bar of South Dakota
American Bar Association
Admitted to Practice (State):
South Dakota, 2007
Symposium Editor, South Dakota Law Review, 2006 – 2007
Author: Wrestling with Public Policy Underlying Intentional Act Exclusions to Insurance Coverage: Why such Exclusions Should Warrant Closer Examination, 51 South Dakota Law Review 346 (2006)
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