National plaintiffs’ law firm Motley Rice is proud to announce that several of its attorneys, who represent clients across an array of practice areas, have been selected for inclusion in the 2013 South Carolina Super Lawyers® and Rising Stars lists and Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers® list.
U.S. District Judge Nina Gershon ruled that the case against Arab Bank plc for its alleged involvement in financing terrorist activity will be allowed to proceed to a trial by jury.
All of us at Motley Rice would like to take this moment to extend our deepest sympathies to the families, friends and colleagues still mourning the loss of the men who perished on April 20, 2010, and offer our respects to the many people, business and communities that have endured, and continue to endure, great hardship because of the spill.
Motley Rice condemns the cowardly attacks at the Boston Marathon yesterday and commends the police, firefighters, other rescue workers, medical personnel and everyday heroes that ran to aid the injured and traumatized victims in the wake of these brutal and senseless bombings.
Motley Rice member and medical attorney Carmen Sessions Scott has been named to the 2013 Charleston Regional Business Journal's Forty Under 40 list, an honor annually given to a select few who “are making their mark with professional success and community involvement.”
On the third day of Global Asbestos Awareness Week, law firm Motley Rice LLC welcomed Charleston Firefighter Support Team leader Chief Gerald Mishoe and “Big John,” a 1969 Mack CF600 fire truck that was restored in honor and memory of City of Charleston Fire Department Battalion Chief John Winn.
Attorney Mary Schiavo discusses a number of current issues in aviation, including the effect that air traffic control tower closings may have on the industry, with C-SPAN's <i>Washington Journal</i>.