In October 2011, The Government Accountability Office (GAO) issued its final report about the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill. The report reiterated to Congress that the existing fund cap may limit the government's ability to be reimbursed by British Petroleum (BP) for the cost of the oil spill cleanup.
Motley Rice members and mesothelioma lawyers Don Migliori and Vin Greene will attend the International Mesothelioma Program's (IMP) Leadership Council Forum
On Oct. 15, 2011, members of Team Elsner participated in the Susan G. Komen Lowcountry Race for the Cure on Daniel Island, S.C.
On Oct. 3, 2011, the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund (9/11 VCF) opened for registration. The reactivation of the original 2001 Fund follows passage of the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act of 2010 earlier this year.
After learning of Qaddafi's death, we feel even more assured that Libya and its citizens will be able to enter a new era of liberation, organization and democracy.
Anadarko Petroleum Co., a U.S. energy firm owning 25 percent of British Petroleum (BP), has agreed to pay BP $4 billion to settle all claims between the two oil giants involving the Deepwater oil spill.
Motley Rice co-founder Ron Motley was named the "Charleston-SC Mass Tort Litigation/Class Actions- Plaintiffs "Lawyer of the Year" for 2012 by Best Lawyers®, the oldest publication in the legal profession honoring lawyers based on evaluations by their professional peers.
Motley Rice recognizes 2011 Nobel Peace Prize winners Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Leymah Gbowee and Tawakkol Karman for their participation and perseverance in non-violent, peace-building work.
As part of a two-episode series for WLCN's 9/11 Remembrance Special, reporter Margie Pizarro spoke with Motley Rice aviation lawyer Mary Schiavo about her perspective on aviation security prior to and following the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
At the request of coastal leaders, experts from Auburn University examined tar samples that had washed onto Gulf of Mexico beaches following Tropical Storm Lee earlier this month. The research concluded that mats of oil still submerged on the gulf coast floor could present a long-term risk to local ecosystems.