Eighty Motley Rice employees stepped away from their desks and into the community for the Firm's annual volunteer program, ProjectGO!. The two days of service, April 18 and 25, 2012, gave employees the opportunity to provide a helping hand to several local organizations.
The British Medical Journal (BMJ) published findings earlier this week indicating that women who use contraceptive transdermal patches or vaginal rings may have an approximate 7.9 and 6.5 times greater risk, respectively, of developing venous thrombosis when compared to women in the same age group who do not use such hormonal contraceptives.
The British Medical Journal (BMJ) published findings earlier this week indicating that women who use contraceptive transdermal patches or vaginal rings may have an approximate 7.9 and 6.5 times greater risk, respectively, of developing venous thrombosis when compared to women in the same age group who do not use such hormonal contraceptives.
Residents of the Parks Township and Apollo areas of Armstrong County, Penn., who filed federal lawsuits against two nearby nuclear enriching facilities may soon have their day in court.
Motley Rice is proud to support the 5th Annual Bike Rodeo and Safety Fair hosted by Safe Kids Trident Area and the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC).
Motley Rice members Fidelma Fitzpatrick and Fred Thompson have been invited to speak at that Mass Tort Strategies Pharmaceutical & Medical Device Litigation Workshop.
Motley Rice members Fidelma Fitzpatrick and Fred Thompson have been invited to speak at that Mass Tort Strategies Pharmaceutical & Medical Device Litigation Workshop.
Motley Rice welcomes the General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Division 2012 Spring Meeting to Charleston, S.C.
Judge Barbier granted preliminary approval of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill settlements, and the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana has now issued a press release announcing the start of the court-ordered Notice Program to inform people, businesses and other entities about the settlements.
U.S. District Judge Barbier has granted preliminary approval of two class action settlements that were reached between BP and the BP MDL Plaintiffs' Steering Committee (PSC). One of the settlements deals with economic and property damages claims, and the other deals with medical claims.