After the Justice Department filed a brief before the U.S. Supreme Court supporting the Saudi's request to be removed from a 9/11 lawsuit, those filing the lawsuit voiced their concern over what kind of message the Obama administration is sending to terrorists.
Several family members of 9/11 victims have issued a statement on behalf of the 9/11 Families United to Bankrupt Terrorism in response to the Solicitor General's refusal to support the 9/11 families' Petition for Writ of Certiorari with the U.S. Supreme Court.
Motley Rice 9/11 clients are angered that Obama's administration appears to support the Saudi royal family's efforts to defeat the lawsuit charging it with allegedly helping to finance the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Aviation attorney Mary Schiavo tells Kansas City, MO's KCTV how alcohol adversely affects aviation safety and says that alcohol is the top contributing factor to air rage on commercial airlines.
Aviation attorney Mary Schiavo comments on the FAA's enforcement of airline compliance following testimony on the fatal crash of Continental Connection Flight 3407.
Aviation attorney Mary Schiavo is featured on CBS' Evening News with Katie Couric regarding the safety of regional carrier flights and says that a lack of pilot training may be to blame for recent crashes.
The House Commerce Committee's health subcommittee is holding a hearing today on the Medical Device Safety Act that, if passed by Congress, will override the Supreme Court decision in <i>Riegel v. Medtronic</i> that currently keeps consumers from suing medical device companies over FDA-approved devices.
Aviation attorney Mary Schiavo speaks with CNN Headline News about new reports alleging that the pilot of Colgan Air Flight 3407 may be to blame for the flight's crash on February 12, 2009.
Motley Rice celebrates justice for former human rights clients as the UAE (United Arab Emirates) compensates former camel jockeys in Bangladesh who allegedly suffered abuse and injuries after being sold into slavery as children.
Associate General Counsel Laura Khare takes the stage at ABA Center for Professional Responsibility's 35th National Conference on Professional Responsibility.