Motley Rice attorney Don Migliori speaks with WBZ Newsradio following the announcement of an April 2010 trial date for the remaining 9/11 liability cases against the airlines and security companies.
A recent report calls attention to harsh conditions and a lack of regulatory enforcement at federal immigrant detention centers, describing "pervasive and extreme violations of the government's own detention standards as well as fundamental violations of basic human rights."
A trial date has been set for April 2010 for three 9/11 cases against the airlines and security companies.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer quotes Motley Rice attorney Mary Schiavo on the significant safety differences between mainline and regional airlines, especially regarding pilot experience and turnover.
John Herrick will be speaking at the HB Litigation Conferences' National Asbestos Litigation Conference.
Motley Rice has filed a negligence action against three defendants claiming that their actions and inactions resulted in the forced landing and destruction of a Boeing 747-200 freighter plane near Bogota, Colombia, on July 7, 2008.
The Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization (ADAO) announced that June Breit, a pleural mesothelioma victim since 2002, is its 2010 ADAO Alan Reinstein Memorial Award Honoree.
Southern District Judge Alvin K. Hellerstein has ruled that the defendants in an on-going 9/11 case will not be allowed to question six FBI agents who investigated the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Senator suggests Motley Rice's 9/11 case is the type of case Supreme Court should hear.
Motley Rice hosts its semi-annual blood drive on Wednesday, July 29, 2009, at its main office in Mt. Pleasant, SC.