Motley Rice is proud to announce that asbestos attorney John Hurst was selected for inclusion to the 2014 West Virginia Super Lawyers Rising Stars list in the areas of Personal Injury – General: Plaintiff, Personal Injury – Products: Plaintiff, Class Action/Mass Torts.
The U.S. Supreme Court is seeking the opinion of the solicitor general in the burn pit litigation, KBR Inc. et al. v. Alan Metzgar et al, pending with the Supreme Court.
Motley Rice and co-counsel have filed a class action on behalf of Bedford Auto Wholesale, Inc., as an individual and a class representative on behalf of all similarly situated persons and businesses regarding alleged financial losses stemming from GM’s recall of its vehicles with ignition switch defects.
On May 2, 2014, a proposed $57 million settlement for the benefit of investors in Hewlett-Packard Company (HP) received preliminary court approval.
As part of this year’s ProjectGO!, the firm’s fourth annual volunteer days event, more than 20 students from Wando High School’s Rhetoric of Law class spent May 1 at Motley Rice’s headquarters in Mt. Pleasant, S.C., learning what a day in the life for Motley Rice lawyers is like.
On May 28, Louisiana Governor Jindal signed into law SB 538 which is known as the Staff Sergeant William Austin Daniel Military Airborne Hazards and Open Burn Pit Registry Act of 2014.
On the night of Saturday, May 31, 2014, a Gulfstream IV private jet departing from Hanscom Air Force Base approximately 20 miles northwest of Boston and carrying seven passengers reportedly crashed and caught fire, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.