Securities attorney Gregg Levin comments on the recent Cintas Corp. derivative settlement for their alleged failure to ensure that the company complied with applicable worker safety laws and regulations. The lawsuit was filed following the 2007 death of a worker and millions of dollars in safety violation fines.
Motley Rice attorney Anne Kearse discusses the gravity of asbestos-related diseases and warns tradesman that exposure to asbestos from work done as long ago as 20, 30 or 40 years continues to affect workers.
Attorneys Don Migliori and Bob McConnell have been selected for inclusion in the 2009 <em>New England Super Lawyers List<em>.
In an interview with American Lawyer, anti-terrorism attorney Mike Elsner speaks about Motley Rice's numerous anti-terrorism cases and its most recent lawsuit on behalf of Sri Lankan terrorist attack victims against Galleon founder Rajaratnam and his father for allegedly funding terrorist activity by providing financial support to the Sri Lankan Tamil Tiger (LTTE) terrorist group.
Anti-terrorism and human rights attorney Mike Elsner comments on a lawsuit filed against Galleon hedge fund manager, Raj Rajaratnam, and his father by more than 30 victims and survivors of Sri Lankan LTTE terrorist attacks.
Motley Rice has filed a lawsuit against Galleon Group founder, Raj Rajaratnam, and his father on behalf of victims and survivors of Sri Lankan LTTE (Liberation Tigers of Tamil Elam) terrorist attacks.
Aviation attorney Mary Schiavo discusses the National Transportation Safety Board investigation into Northwest Airlines flight 188, a flight from San Diego to Minneapolis that was out of radio contact for more than an hour and overshot its Minneapolis airport destination by 150 miles. Federal officials are investigating whether pilot fatigue might be to blame.
Wall Street hedge fund manager Rajakumara Rajaratnam and his father, J. M. Rajaratnam, knowingly provided financial and other support to the Tamil Tigers, more than 30 victims and survivors of the terrorist group's attacks alleged today.
The 9/11 Families United to Bankrupt Terrorism applaud the resolve of the Obama Administration to continue to combat terrorism both on the financial and operational fronts.
GlaxoSmithKline, the world's second-biggest drugmaker, was ordered in Philadelphia court today to pay compensatory damages over claims that its antidepressant, Paxil, causes birth defects.