Gilbert W. Boyce

(202) 828-2427
Partner
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Gilbert.Boyce@KutakRock.com

As a senior litigator with Kutak Rock LLP, Mr. Boyce has represented clients as lead or appellate counsel in litigation matters across a spectrum of disciplines. Mr. Boyce regularly represents clients before the Securities and Exchange Commission, FINRA and Internal Revenue Service. He also has extensive experience advising corporate counsel concerning loss prevention and conducting internal investigations. Mr. Boyce was previously employed at the Internal Revenue Service, where he worked on a variety of civil and criminal tax cases. He participated in a number of grand jury investigations, including the prosecution of money laundering, tax evasion, financial fraud and racketeering cases.

  • Certified Public Accountant.
  • Representing brokerage firms, financial institutions, corporations, investment bankers and accountants in a wide range of civil litigation in state and federal courts, the U.S. Tax Court and before various arbitration tribunals on matters such as complex commercial, federal securities, federal income tax, ERISA, employment, attorney and accountant malpractice, products liability, corporate diversion and misappropriation of assets.

Publications:

  • “The Attorney-Client Privilege and Work-Product Doctrine in Internal Investigations: Avoiding a Common Pitfall,” The Commercial Law Connection, March 2015.
  • “Conducting Internal Investigations,” National Bar Association, 2010.
  • “The FERA's Focus on Financial Institutions,” American Bar Association, 2009.
  • “Government Contractors,” American Bar Association, May 2009.
  • “Internal Investigations--Avoiding Common Missteps,” Arkansas Hospital Association Compliance Forum, April 8, 2009.
  • “Written or Oral Reports? Don’t Waive Your Rights Accidentally,” Global Fraud Report, 2008.
  • “Internal Investigations and Ethical Issues,” National Bar Association, 2007.
  • “Successfully Negotiating Tax Law,” Tax Settlements and Negotiations, 2006.
  • “The Concept Of Spoliation In The Age Of Electronic Discovery,” National Bar Association, February 2004.