Miles Masog is a litigator whose practice serves clients in the construction and insurance industries. He is experienced litigating matters ranging from construction defects to insurance defense (including auto, medical malpractice, personal injury and products liability). Miles has both arbitration and trial experience in the areas of construction defect, insurance defense, and products liability. Additionally, Miles serves both domestic and international clients with business planning and corporate transactional work.  Further, Miles also serves clients with estate and tax minimization planning. 

Miles takes an aggressive approach to resolving client issues in a timely manner, and turns to litigation when necessary. He helped draft the Response Brief in the Arizona Court of Appeals construction defect case, MT Builders v. Fisher Roofing, which resulted in a published opinion. Additionally, he helped draft the dispositive motion that ultimately evolved into the Supreme Court case of Yanni v. Tucker Plumbing, Inc. He also helped defend against Plaintiffs’ Writ of Certiori in the Supreme Court, the Supreme Court ultimately denying Plaintiffs’ Writ. Miles also drafted a portion of the Response Brief in the Arizona Court of Appeals construction defect case, Jokake v. Elward.

Before joining Renaud Cook Drury Mesaros, Miles’ practice was focused on civil litigation, transactional business formation, business and estate planning, and business and real estate transaction law. Previously, while in law school, he served as an Assistant District Attorney at Ventura County District Attorney’s Office in California.

When he is not working, Miles donates his time to serve as an officer at one of the 30 largest charitable organizations in Arizona.  Additionally, Miles spends time with his wife and three kids, and enjoys soccer, college football, and amateur astronomy, and making contributions in the Phoenix community.

“Navigating Liability for Defective Products,” Tuesday, Aug. 28 issue of Construction Executive

“Perspectives on Dealing With Indemnity Clauses,” Monday, Sept. 10 issue of Construction Executive


Miles Masog has been recognized by SuperLawyer 2014-Present.



Construction Litigation
Administrative Law and Regulatory Investigations


State Bar of Arizona
Maricopa County Bar Association
Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce




Pepperdine University School of Law, J.D., 2006
Oregon State University, B.A., 2003