The 9/11 Families United to Bankrupt Terrorism provide a statement after the U.S. Supreme Court decided not to hear their appeal to dismiss charges against five Saudi defendants.
NPR reports on documents released in 9/11 victim's lawsuit, handled by Motley Rice LLC.
The Legal 500 United States 2009 edition has recommended plaintiffs' law firm Motley Rice for Litigation: Mass Tort and Class Action, Plaintiff Representation: Toxic Tort.
Lawyers representing 9/11 victims claim that the Obama Administration is trying to "appease" Saudi Arabia by urging the Supreme Court not to hear a case against it for allegedly funding terrorist activity.
Motley Rice attorney Kevin Dean comments on reports showing that the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has yet to regulate upholstered furniture fire safety issues despite the hundreds of upholstered furniture-related deaths occurring each year.
Aviation attorney Mary Schiavo comments on the air safety controversy that has been a hot button issue since February's fatal plane crash in Buffalo, NY.
Aviation attorney Mary Schiavo is featured on CNN discussing the importance of the debris from the crash of Air France Flight 447 that has recently been discovered and retrieved.
Aviation attorney Mary Schiavo discusses the crash of Air France Flight 447 and the speculation surrounding what caused the crash on CNN's Live with Campbell Brown.
CBS' The Early Show interviews aviation attorney Mary Schiavo about Air France Flight 447 and the new details that have emerged in the search causing speculation that the plane may have broken apart mid-air.
A brief filed on May 29, 2009, before the U.S. Supreme Court by the U.S. Solicitor General may enable several members of the Saudi royal family to avoid a 9/11 lawsuit.