Bruce A. Boyd
Bruce Boyd began his trial consulting career in 1987. Since then, he has worked on several hundred cases throughout the United States and Canada. Boyd is known for his ability to identify case strengths and weaknesses in order to fashion effective trial themes and strategies. He has extensive experience in most areas of litigation, including insurance bad faith, medical malpractice, contract, employment, toxic tort, securities matters, intellectual property, and lender liability. He has broad experience in class action litigation for both plaintiff and defense.
Boyd has designed and conducted mock trials and focus groups throughout the nation. He is likewise well known for his skills in preparation of both fact and expert witnesses for deposition, trial, arbitration, and hearings. His ability to connect with individuals at a personal level helps allay their anxiety and make their stories more accessible to jurors. Moreover, his commitment to communicating in ordinary language becomes a powerful tool in fashioning clear, compelling, and credible testimony.
He has given numerous CLE presentations on a variety of topics including: Jury Selection, Elements of Jury Persuasion, Witness Preparation, and Opening Statements and Closing Arguments. He has served on the faculty of the prestigious Federation of Insurance Corporate Counsel’ s College.
Boyd holds a master’s degree from City University of New York’s Hunter College and a bachelor’s degree from Nebraska Wesleyan University.