A busload of blue and yellow employees left Motley Rice yesterday morning ready for day one of Project Go! Teams were taken to the Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center, the J. Mitchell Elementary School, Elliotborough Park and Community Garden, and East Cooper Community Outreach.
On Thursdays April 28 and May 5, Motley Rice employees will scatter to four locations wielding everything from paintbrushes to hammers.
A time limit has been set for the upcoming trial Bavis v. United Airlines.
Today the Canadian flag on Parliament Hill will fly at half-mast. Laborers will light candles, wear ribbons and black armbands, and observe moments of silence in commemoration of workers who have lost their lives or have been injured in the workplace for a National Day of Mourning.
Motley Rice is making a wish come true on World Wish Day, April 29, in celebration of the 31st anniversary of the first wish granted by the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
A recent videotape has surfaced showing a leading group of European obstetricians and gynecologists in a "pop-music" sing-a-long promoting the contraceptive drug Nuvaring.
Attorney Don Migliori will speak at the New Jersey Association for Justice (NJAJ) Educational Foundation's 2011 Boardwalk Seminar.
A 2011 study released by the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Canada (JOGC) on transvaginal mesh (TVM) procedures states, "Until adequate effectiveness and safety evidence is available, the use of new TVM devices for prolapse repair should be considered experimental and restricted to use in investigative trials."
Project GO! is the first firm-organized volunteer day during which employees will dedicate a portion of their normal office hours to non-profit groups and organizations in the Charleston area. We will be helping local veterans and students as well as community parks and neighborhoods.
Motley Rice and co-counsel announced today that they have filed a class action against 13 global banks on behalf of a number of investors, alleging that the banks colluded to misreport and manipulate LIBOR rates