J. Boyd Page

Senior Partner

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Atlanta, Georgia 30338

Page Perry’s founding member, J. Boyd Page, passed away on June 17, 2013. Boyd successfully handled some of the largest fraud cases in securities arbitration history, recovered over $750 million for investors who were victims of securities abuse, and actively changed the investment landscape to help prevent fraud.

Professor Seth Lipner, who, along with Boyd and others, co-founded PIABA (the Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association), wrote on the very day of Boyd’s death that “as many of us can attest, and as one friend already wrote me, he changed my life, and that of so many others. It is not an overstatement to say that the world is a safer place for investors because of the work he did and the dedication he had.”

J. Boyd Page is widely recognized as one of the leading investor attorneys in the country. During his career he has handled some of the largest investment fraud cases filed in courts and arbitration forums. He has represented injured investors from virtually every state in the country. He has worked for thousands of securities abuse victims and assisted them in recovering over $750 million. He has assisted investors in recovering over $1 million on more than 45 separate occasions, including more than 30 different occasions since January 2005. Of course, those past successes do not guarantee similar results under different factual and legal circumstances.

In 1987, Mr. Page was a founding partner in the Atlanta firm of Page & Bacek LLP, which is now Page Perry, LLC. Mr. Page was born in Kingsport, Tennessee and attended elementary and high school there. He graduated from the University of Virginia with a Bachelor of Science with Distinction in Commerce in 1970. After receiving his undergraduate degree, Mr. Page attended the University of Virginia Law School. Upon graduation in 1973, Mr. Page came to Atlanta and entered into the private practice of law.

A trial attorney, Mr. Page practices primarily in the area of investment disputes. In the securities area, he has extensive experience representing investors against brokerage firms, issuers of securities and others. Some of Mr. Page’s cases were chronicled in Kurt Eichenwald’s best-selling book, “Serpent on the Rock,” the story of Prudential Securities’ limited partnership problems. Mr. Page also has been a major participant in an array of large actions, including actions against Prudential Securities, Marriott, D.H. Blair, UBS, Citigroup, Charles Schwab, Morgan Keegan, Morgan Stanley, Bank of America/Merrill Lynch, Credit Suisse, PNC, and SunTrust Securities, among others.

Mr. Page has served as adjunct professor of law, teaching “Introduction to Civil Practice” at the Emory University School of Law. In addition, he has regularly spoken on securities/investment related topics, at numerous seminars sponsored by PIABA, the American Bar Association, the Practicing Law Institute, the American Law Institute, the Georgia Institute of Continuing Legal Education, the Association for Investment Management and Research, the North American Securities Administrators Association, the Northwest Center for Professional Education, the American Arbitration Association, the Institute for International Research, and the InterAmerican Bar Association.

Mr. Page has testified before Congressional Subcommittees on the securities arbitration process. He has been interviewed by and quoted in leading newspapers and business periodicals on many occasions regarding investors’ rights and investment disputes –including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Financial Times, Money Magazine, USA Today, The Washington Post, Business Week, Registered Representative Magazine, Worth Magazine, Smart Money Magazine, The Atlanta Journal & Constitution, The Securities Arbitration Commentator, and The Fulton County Daily Report, among others.

Mr. Page is a past member of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority’s (f/k/a National Association of Securities Dealers) National Arbitration Committee and its NASD’s Securities Arbitration Policy Task Force. Mr. Page has also served on the Advisory Board of the Securities Arbitration Commentator, the Georgia Penny Stock Advisory Committee and the American Arbitration Association’s Securities Arbitration Policy Committee. Mr. Page was a founder and past president of the Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association. He is currently the co-chair of the American Bar Association’s Securities Arbitration Subcommittee. Mr. Page has received the “Outstanding Georgia Citizen Award” from the Georgia Secretary of State.

Mr. Page is a member of the American Bar Association, the State Bar of Georgia, the Atlanta Bar Association, and the American Trial Lawyers Association.


“Should the SEC Exercise Its Authority under Dodd-Frank to Prohibit Mandatory Arbitration Clauses,” Securities Litigation Journal, American Bar Association, 2011.

‘The Nuts and Bolts of Investment Malpractice,” Messrs. Page and Jones, Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, 2010.

“How to Win the Battle: Representing Wealthy and Sophisticated Investors at the Hearing,” Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association, 2010.

“FINRA Securities Class Action Arbitrations,” American Bar Association, 2009.

“Transforming the Attitude in the Securities Industry (Auction Rate Securities),” Thomson/Aspatore, 2008.

“Securities Litigation Update: Key Cases from the Plaintiff’s Perspective,” Institute of Continuing Legal Education in Georgia, 2007.

“Problematic Hearing Issues in Securities Arbitration: Some Possible Approaches, Strategies and Solutions,” Public Investors Bar Association, 2006 and Practising Law Institute, 2007.

“The Use of Experts in Securities Arbitration,” Practising Law Institute, 2001.

“Emerging Developments in Securities Arbitration,” Practising Law Institute, 1997.

“Securities Arbitration and Litigation: The Changing Landscape,” Glasser Legalworks, 1996.

“Developments in Securities Arbitration and Other Regulatory Issues,” Practising Law Institute, 1996.

“Arbitration–Has the Favored Child Become Spoiled,” ABA, 1996.

“The Role of Mediation and Early Neutral Evaluation in Facilitating Settlement Negotiations,” Practising Law Institute, 1995.

“Representing Customers in Securities Arbitration: Key Considerations in Addressing Case Approach Pleadings, Credibility, Damages and the Role of the Law in Arbitration,” Practising Law Institute, 1994.

“Settlement of Securities Disputes,” Practising Law Institute, 1993.

“Determining Credibility in Securities Arbitration Proceedings,” Practising Law Institute, 1993.

“The Claimant’s Development and Presentation of Evidence in Arbitration Proceedings,” Practising Law Institute, 1992.

“Representing Customers in Securities Arbitration,” ABA, 1992.

“Securities Arbitration: Is the Playing Field Level From the Customer’s Perspective?” ALI-ABA 1991.

“Representing Claimants in Securities Arbitration” Practising Law Institute, 1990-1991.