Education

New York University School of Law
JD, 2013

Notes Editor, Journal of Legislation and Public Policy

Stanford University
BA, 2010

Admissions

Massachusetts

US Court of Appeals, First Circuit

US District Court, Massachusetts

Patrick S. Boyd

Associate

t 617-248-4014   f 617-502-4014

Mr. Boyd is a member of the firm’s litigation department and focuses his practice on litigating complex civil cases in both state and federal court. 

While in law school, Mr. Boyd was a volunteer advocate for the Suspension Representation project, representing middle and high school students in suspension proceedings before the New York City Department of Education.

Practice Focus

Complex Commercial Litigation: assists in representation of leading corporations and financial institutions in complex commercial litigation.

Government Enforcement & Compliance: representation of companies and individuals in government and internal investigations involving healthcare fraud, securities fraud and other civil and criminal regulatory matters.

Representative Engagements

  • Represented plaintiff in two week jury trial resulting in a $5.7M judgement as part of three attorney trial team.
  • Worked with major US financial institution to ensure compliance with consent decree entered into with Department of Justice.

Professional and Community Involvement

Mr. Boyd volunteers at Minds Matter, where he mentors underprivileged high school students.  Mr. Boyd is also a member of the Boston Bar Association.

 

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