As litigation attorney with a focus on appellate practice, being 10 steps ahead of my opponent is of the utmost importance. I excel at anticipating my clients’ needs and work hard to deliver exceptional results. Knowing each case inside and out, backwards and forwards is my job and something I take very seriously. I’ve been training my whole life for this role. As a former conference interpreter for French, Spanish and Italian, I dedicated endless hours to research and was able to use contextual clues to quickly anticipate what each speaker was going to say. Likewise, as a litigator and appellate attorney, I prepare, predict and pivot to present the most compelling and persuasive arguments that position my clients for the best outcomes.
Katherine Boothroyd is a litigation attorney who focuses her practice on appellate matters. Having previously served as a judicial clerk for the Hon. David F. Viviano of the Michigan Supreme Court and as a judicial intern for the Hon. Thomas L. Ludington of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan, Katherine has significant experience with appeals and was exposed to a deluge of high-level cases. This experience shaped her writing and presentation skills, as well as her understanding of how judges, clerks and courts make decisions and the importance of delivering a polished work product.