Katrina M. Boice represents clients in securities arbitration matters before FINRA and securities litigation in state and federal courts. Ms. Boice graduated Cum Laude from the University of Wyoming in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science in Finance. Ms. Boice also obtained her Juris Doctor from the University of Wyoming in 2007 where she was recognized with the Excellence in Advocacy Award and argued in front of the Wyoming Supreme Court. Ms. Boice was also co-counsel on the largest arbitration award in 2010 for a single client.
Ms. Boice is a member of the Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association and has served on its membership committee, annual meeting committee and bar journal committee. Ms. Boice has spoken before law students and professional groups on various topics which include social media, the handling of securities arbitration and litigation involving brokerage firms. Ms. Boice has authored or co-authored the following articles: FINRA Six–Year Eligibility Rule 12206: The Purchase Date is Often Not the Triggering “Occurrence or Event Giving Rise to a Claim”, PIABA Bar Journal Vol. 20, No. 1 (2013); The Time for a Uniform Fiduciary Duty Is Now, St. John's Law Review, Vol. 87: Iss. 2 & 3, 313 (2013); Market Adjusted Damages in the FINRA Forum, PIABA Bar Journal Volume 21, No. 2 (2014), reprinted in the Consumer Attorneys Associations for Southern California Advocate (April 2016); and most recently published The Use of Third Party Subpoenas to Determine a Brokerage Firm’s Pre-Hiring Due Diligence and Post-Hiring Supervision, Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association (2015).