Motley Rice pelvic mesh lawyer Leah Donaldson has been selected by LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell® and ALM Media for inclusion in a "New England's Women Leaders in the Law" list.
Motley Rice LLC has launched Causes, Not Just Cases: The Motley Rice Law Blog, an engaging and interactive online tool through which the firm discusses the latest legal issues, hot topics, tips and newsworthy events.
Motley Rice member and asbestos lawyer Anne McGinness Kearse has been invited to serve as a moderator at Perrin Conferences' Cutting-Edge Issues in Asbestos Litigation Conference
Lawdragon™ has named Motley Rice co-founding member Ronald L. Motley to its 2011 Lawdragon™ 500 Leading Lawyers in America list for the sixth time since the list's inception.
In support of South Carolina's new lawyers, several Motley Rice lawyers proudly participate in the South Carolina Supreme Court's Lawyer Mentoring Program.
The New York Times reports that medical device manufacturer Johnson & Johnson continued to market artificial hip implants abroad after the FDA prohibited the sale of these devices in the United States.
Motley Rice co-founder Joe Rice and member John Herrick have been invited to present at the upcoming HarrisMartin Federal and State Asbestos Litigation Conference.
Rhode Island Lawyers Weekly and Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly have each selected Motley Rice member Don Migliori as one of their 2011 Lawyers of the Year.
Motley Rice securities lawyers Marlon Kimpson and Badge Humphries will both be on hand at the upcoming OPAL Financial Group's annual Investment Education Symposium held in conjunction with the Louisiana Trustee Education Council (LaTec).
Motley Rice is proud to again support the Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation (MARF) as a "2012 Legal Partner for a Cure for Mesothelioma." A national non-profit organization dedicated to finding a cure for mesothelioma and eradicating the devastating disease, the Foundation takes the following actions: