Keith Morgan is an attorney with extensive experience in complex civil litigation. In over twenty-five years of legal practice, Mr. Morgan has successfully represented thousands of individuals harmed by the negligence of others. He has participated in numerous mass tort and
class action cases involving products liability, personal injury, and defective drugs and medical devices. Over the course of his career, Mr. Morgan has also represented clients in matters concerning medical malpractice, wrongful death and criminal defense in state and federal courts.
He is a former Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and certified public accountant. During his tenure with the FBI, he was responsible for the initiation, implementation, and management of “Operation Pretense”, the largest and most successful undercover public corruption investigation in Mississippi history. The case has been the subject of a book by James R. Crocket, Operation Pretense: The FBI’s Sting on County Corruption in Mississippi (University Press of Mississippi 2003) and a report by Mike Wallace, 60 Minutes: The Preacher and the Stingman (CBS News 1988).
Mr. Morgan is originally from Charleston, West Virginia and received his undergraduate degree from West Virginia University and graduated with honors from the University of Mississippi School of Law. He is licensed to practice law in Mississippi, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia.