Harvey Miller has a reputation as a leading bankruptcy lawyer, and he deserves it. As his criticism shows, he understands why and how the Code changed the Act in 1978 and how the drafters of Chapter 11 erred. Better than all but a handful of other lawyers, Harvey Miller knows how to manipulate Chapter 11 to serve his clients' interests. He understands both the legal and practical intricacies of Chapter 11. Were I the CEO of a large and troubled company, I would hire Harvey Miller and gladly pay him twice what most other bankruptcy lawyers would charge. In short, Harvey Miller is a Chapter 11 virtuoso. And for those same reasons, Harvey Miller cannot be a true critic of Chapter 11.
White, James J. "Harvey's Silence." Am. Bankr. L. J. 69, no. 4 (1995): 467-80. (Symposium: Letters to the Commission)