Kevin Boyce advocates for clients in high-damage jury trials involving allegations of wrongful death and permanent injury and claims of product defect and alleged consumer fraud. Kevin also has in-depth experience defending all types of class actions, with a special focus on cases alleging false and misleading advertising or inaccuracies in the labeling or descriptions of a product. He has recently obtained favorable results in these types of cases for clients such as FirstEnergy, Procter & Gamble, H&R Block, J.M. Smucker, and Macy's.
Kevin also has obtained favorable verdicts in multiple high-risk cases and served as lead trial counsel for clients in state and federal courts around the United States. Currently, he serves as lead counsel for R.J. Reynolds in several of the Engle progeny cases in Florida. In addition to coordinating the defense in hundreds of the progeny cases that stem from a decertified class action, Kevin is one of the attorneys to have secured defense verdicts in these cases.
Kevin also represents clients in connection with government investigations arising under the Consumer Product Safety Act. Other representations include FirstEnergy, The Cleveland Browns, H&R Block, Mattel, Parker Hannifin, and Procter & Gamble in connection with a variety of business litigation and strategic planning matters. He recently helped Parker Hannifin reach favorable resolutions of complex commercial contract issues and, in the past, secured a defense verdict for Nextel Communications in an action brought by affiliates of Sprint Corporation.
- Boston University (J.D. 1996; G. Joseph Tauro Scholar); Purdue University (B.A. in English with honors 1993)
- Ohio, Florida, and U.S. District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of Ohio and Middle District of Florida