Motley Rice is proud to announce it will serve as a 2012 lead sponsor of the American Red Cross' Ready When the Time Comes (RWTC) program for the Carolina Lowcountry Chapter.
Federal agents arrested Olajide Noibi for stowing away on a Virgin America flight from John F. Kennedy Airport in New York to Los Angeles on June 24, 2011, without having a valid boarding pass.
In an interview with WLWT News Channel 5, gel fuel fire victim Brian Thoss warned other consumers about the potential dangers of decorative fire pots and gel fuel following an incident last week during which he was severely burned.
On June 23, 2011, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a 5-4 decision that generic prescription drug manufacturers should not be required to have the identical product warning labels as brand name drugs because of a conflict between state tort law and federal drug regulations.
Motley Rice is proud to announce that co-founders Ron Motley and Joe Rice, along with several other members, have been selected for inclusion in the 2011 Super Lawyers® list in recognition of their contributions to and leadership roles within the legal profession.
The College of Charleston (CofC) has joined Motley Rice and YEScarolina to offer the first "Biz Apps" camp, a program designed for middle and high school students interested in technology entrepreneurship with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Educational Foundation.
Two separate lawsuits have been filed in South Carolina by couples who allege they were severely burned as a result of Napa Home and Garden Inc., firepots that projected burning eco-gel fuel onto their clothing and skin.
Motley Rice has filed two personal injury and products liability lawsuits, one in the Court of Common Pleas for the Ninth Circuit and the other in the United States District Court for the District of South Carolina against Napa Home and Garden, Inc., and multiple other defendants on behalf of injured parties relating from two separate incidents in South Carolina.
On Tuesday, June 14, 2011, West Virginia Circuit Court Judge James C. Stucky ordered that certain former officers and directors of Massey Energy show why they should not be held in civil contempt for violating a June 2008 order.
Some passenger safety advocates are concerned that the U.S. government is not sufficiently informing Americans about which foreign airlines fail to meet the minimum international standards for safe flying or maintain proper safety standards of the airlines within their borders.