KATHERINE A. KIZIAH is an attorney with Searcy Denney’s pharmaceutical and medical device mass torts litigation unit.
Before joining the firm, she was an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Florida and the South Florida Bureau Chief of the state’s Consumer Protection Unit. In that capacity, she handled civil prosecution of fraud involving timeshares, telemarketing, the Internet, debt management, and deceptive advertising. She also collaborated with federal, state, and local authorities in filing lawsuits, injunctions and asset freezes against major corporations.
Currently President of the Palm Beach County chapter of the Florida Association of Women Lawyers, Ms. Kiziah was selected as one of its 2016 “Leaders in Law.” She is a member of the Florida Bar’s Consumer Protection Committee and Advertising Grievance Committee. She was recognized as a “Top Government Attorney in Florida” by Florida Trend’s Legal Elite in both 2014 and 2015, and was honored as 2013 Attorney of the Year by the Florida Attorney General’s Office.
An active volunteer in her community, Ms. Kiziah is vice president of the Friends of the Mandel Public Library in West Palm Beach.