Motley Rice attorneys Joe Rice and John Herrick will be speaking at the HB Litigation Conferences' 13th Annual National Asbestos Litigation Conference.
Motley Rice attorneys are pleased to support and exhibit at the International Foundation 56th Annual Employee Benefits Conference.
Motley Rice member attorney Marlon Kimpson will serve as a guest speaker at the annual National Public Safety Employees Pension & Benefits Conference being held by the National Conference on Public Employee Retirement Systems (NCPERS).
Motley Rice lawyer Marlon Kimpson has been invited to speak at the South Carolina Black Lawyers' Association's annual meeting and retreat.
Motley Rice, one of the nation's largest plaintiffs' litigation firms, announces the addition of three associate attorneys, James R. Brauchle, Alex R. Straus and Kathryn A. Waites.
Motley Rice, is proud to announce that one of its members, Don Migliori, has been named Roger Williams University School of Law's first "Distinguished Practitioner in Residence" for the 2010-11 academic year.
A subclass of 38 plaintiffs in the lawsuit Brown v. Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. has reached a proposed settlement with defendant Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. If the court approves the settlement, these class members will receive the remaining portion of claimed investment losses not recovered from the court-appointed receiver for Al Parish and his various investment vehicles.
Motley Rice lawyer Don Migliori, also a "Distinguished Practitioner in Residence" at Roger Williams University (RWU) School of Law, will serve as a speaker at the 8th annual Marine Law Symposium entitled Taking Stock: The Magnuson-Stevens Act Revisited.
Senators Frank R. Lautenberg (D-NJ), Robert Menendez (D-NJ), Charles Schumer (D-NY) and Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) called on the White House to ensure justice for scores of American victims of Libyan terrorism through "the prompt nomination of two qualified and capable individuals to be commissioners on the Department of Justice Foreign Claims Settlement Commission (FCSC)" in a letter released yesterday.
Attorney Kevin Dean comments on Sofa Super Store lawyers who are demanding that the city of Charleston be reprimanded for failing to release documents resulting from the investigation into the June 2007 Sofa Super Store fire that killed nine Charleston, SC firefighters.