Motley Rice is proud to announce that U.S. News - Best Lawyers® has again named the firm in its 2013 National and Metropolitan First-Tier rankings of "Best Law Firms."
The Donald W. Wyatt Detention Facility and others have agreed to, among other terms, pay millions of dollars to settle a wrongful death lawsuit involving Chinese immigration detainee Hiu Lui "Jason" Ng, who died while in federal custody in August 2008.
Plaintiffs' law firm Motley Rice is hoping to sell thousands of "hugs" (symbolized by individual paper links) to benefit The Hugs for Harper Endowment this holiday season for its annual firm-wide holiday giving project.
Motley Rice occupational disease and toxic tort litigators Anne McGinness Kearse and James Ledlie recently attended "An International Meet on Climate, the Workplace and the Lungs" at the Maulana Azad Medical College in New Delhi, India.
Motley Rice occupational disease and toxic tort litigators Anne McGinness Kearse and James Ledlie recently attended "An International Meet on Climate, the Workplace and the Lungs" at the Maulana Azad Medical College in New Delhi, India.
Today, the U.S. government announced a criminal plea agreement with BP as a corporation. It additionally announced its intent to enter indictments against several individuals arising out of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill and its aftermath.
This holiday season, Motley Rice created an exciting project to honor the memory of an amazing little girl: Harper Drolet.
Motley Rice occupational disease and worker safety attorney James Ledlie recently addressed Building Trades delegates at the 55th annual convention of the Provincial Building and Construction Trades Council of Ontario.
The Medical University of South Carolina and the College of Charleston are hosting two screenings and Q&A panels of "Addiction Incorporated," a documentary that tells the story of former research scientist and whistleblower Victor DeNoble and documents Philip Morris' secret research to engineer more addictive cigarettes.
U.S District Judge Carl Barbier is expected to grant final approval of the Deepwater Horizon settlements in the near future—a positive next step in resolving tens of thousands of remaining oil spill claims.