Yesterday, the Supreme Court granted review in Miller v. Bank of America, no. S149178. In Miller, the Court of Appeal reversed an enormous judgment, approaching $300 million in compensatory damages and restution, plus even more in statutory penalties, holding that the defendant bank's conduct did not violate the UCL or the CLRA. Miller v. Bank of America, NT & SA, 144 Cal.App.4th 1301 (2006). My original post on Miller is here, and today's Recorder reports that "Supreme Court Takes Up $1B Banking Case" (subscription). UPDATE: Here is a non-subscription version of the Recorder article.