Mitch McGuffey is a Partner at Forman Watkins & Krutz LLP. His practice focuses on various areas of litigation, including complex commercial, product liability, and environmental litigation. Mitch serves as part of a national coordinating counsel team at Forman Watkins providing a cohesive litigation, discovery, trial, and resolution strategy for multiple Fortune 500 companies. Mitch’s diverse litigation practice also includes work as appellate counsel in jurisdictions across the country and representation of coaches at multiple institutions during NCAA enforcement investigations and hearings. His comprehensive litigation practice allows him to work as counsel to both plaintiffs and defendants.
In addition, Mitch was a co-drafter of Forman Watkins’ pro bono policy and serves a member of the firm’s Pro Bono Committee, which oversees the firm’s partnerships and pro bono efforts. He counts among his career highlights the variety of pro bono work he has done throughout his career, representing asylum seekers, tenants facing foreclosure, and death row exonerees seeking assistance with a variety of issues.
Mitch is married to a wonderful and talented wife and is father to three children, two bright young women and a bouncing baby boy. In his community he serves on an oversight committee for Jackson Public Schools and attends Redeemer Presbyterian Church.
Mitch received his J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law and holds degrees in graphic design and business administration from Auburn University.