For over 25 years, Forman Watkins has founded its practice on the core belief that dedication to creative ideas, hard work, and innovative, case-specific strategies will always produce better results than traditional approaches. This strategy propelled Forman Watkins from a single, five-attorney firm in Mississippi into a national leader in both commercial and tort litigation as well as business and real estate transactions with seven offices touching every region of the country. Our clientele is as diverse as our skill set, ranging from Fortune 100 corporations to local business owners. And, our commitment to finding creative solutions for each and every one of our clients is unwavering. As our firm continues to grow and innovate, the ultimate satisfaction of our clients will remain our foremost goal.
Forman Watkins Krutz & Tardy attorney, Caroline Upchurch, served as a featured panelist at the Mississippi Women Lawyers Association 7th Annual Day of Leadership held on May 8, 2015.
Forman Watkins recently won two significant summary judgments for its client Moldex-Metric, Inc. in Ruby Jean Mealer, et al. v. Moldex-Metric, Inc. and R. C. Harris v. Moldex-Metric, Inc. Both of those cases are on the docket in the Circuit Court of Jones County, Laurel, Mississippi.
Forman Watkins Krutz & Tardy LLP, along with WilmerHale, represented Google Inc. in an action under 28 U.S.C. § 1983 against the Mississippi Attorney General in Mississippi federal court.