Latham team recognized for knocking out claims against client DesktopMetal.
Morgan Whitworth represents market-leading companies and business leaders in securities litigation and other complex litigation matters.
Mr. Whitworth defends publicly traded companies, investment managers, and their senior officers and directors in:
- Securities class action litigation
- Corporate governance litigation
- Securities litigation appeals
- SEC and other regulatory investigations
- M&A litigation
- Books and records demands
- Complex commercial litigation
He prepares trial-ready strategies and aggressive defenses that regularly lead to early and favorable resolutions. He focuses on understanding clients’ perspectives and objectives to navigate bet-the-company litigation while minimizing clients’ business disruption.
Mr. Whitworth maintains an active pro bono practice, representing clients in federal civil rights litigation, immigration matters, and proceedings before the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Prior to joining Latham, Mr. Whitworth clerked for Judge Anne C. Conway of the US District Court for the Middle District of Florida.
While at Duke Law, Mr. Whitworth was an articles editor of the Alaska Law Review and interned with the Enforcement Division of the US Securities and Exchange Commission.