Shamis was a person of authority in the Miller law office. If Miller was unavailable, office personnel and others went to Shamis. She reviewed cases, attended meetings during which collisions between automobiles and big-rig trucks were discussed, and apparently had the authority to “drop” a case if problems arose. For her services, Miller paid Shamis over $400,000 in less than two years.
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