Biography

Matthew H. Morgan is a skilled trial lawyer who uses his creativity and practical insight to achieve successful results for clients.
 
Matt works on nationwide multi-plaintiff collective and class action cases. He also represents individual clients in a variety of employment-related matters involving non-competition and non-solicitation provisions of employment and separation agreements, discrimination, retaliation, professional licensure, sexual harassment, breach of duty of loyalty, unfair competition, and breach of contract.
 
Matt is a MSBA Certified Civil Trial Law Specialist. The individual plaintiff cases that Matt has tried include retaliation, breach of contract, discrimination and medical licensure. Matt also first-chaired a collective action trial under the Fair Labor Standards Act. Matt is a frequent lecturer on various litigation-related topics, including trial, and in 2014, 2015 and 2017 he taught trial skills at the National Employment Lawyers Association’s Trial Boot Camp—a national conference teaching trial skills.
 
Matt is committed to protecting employee rights in the workplace.
 
Matt is also a member of Nichols Kaster’s Management Committee charged with running the day-to-day operations of the firm. He has been an adjunct faculty member at William Mitchell College of Law where he taught representation skills to first-year students and advanced advocacy to second and third-year law students. He volunteers as an attorney for the Children's Law Center. Matt has been named to the Super Lawyers and Rising Star lists repeatedly.