The U.S. Department of Labor has alleged in a lawsuit that a popcorn manufacturer retaliated against one of its workers after she raised concerns about the safety of her work environment. She also demanded that she be allowed to take home information on how to protect herself from potentially harmful flavoring chemicals.
Final approval was granted of a $1.2 billion (potentially up to $4.4 billion) settlement to resolve claims brought by owners and lessees of 3.0-liter TDI Audi, Porsche, and Volkswagen vehicles.
Mary Schiavo was featured on the cover of a recent issue of APITLA’s magazine The Lawyer’s LogBook in which she discussed the correlation between cellphone usage and an increasing number of traffic deaths recorded in recent years.
We are honored to announce that multiple Motley Rice attorneys in our South Carolina and West Virginia offices were honored as 2017 Super Lawyers® and Rising Stars.
The husband of Nida Fatin Binti Mat Asis filed a wrongful death suit, one year after metal shrapnel from a defective Takata airbag allegedly struck her during a one car accident. The accident tragically claimed her life in what otherwise should have been a minor collision with minimal injuries.
A wrongful death suit has been filed on behalf of the widow of 63-year-old Alton Ray Zeigler, a Richland County husband, father and grandfather tragically killed during a violent explosion Dec. 6, 2016 at a South Carolina branch of Eastman Chemical Company.
On behalf of Public Justice P.C., a national public interest law firm, we have filed an amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court seeking to preserve a California Supreme Court ruling protecting the ability of impacted out-of-state plaintiffs to join in mass tort claims filed in state courts where they don’t reside.
Motley Rice filed a wrongful death suit against the U.S. government in the wake of the mid-air collision that tragically claimed the lives of 68-year-old Michael Johnson and his 30-year-old son Joseph Johnson minutes after the pair departed Berkeley County Airport.
The Supreme Court granted the petition for a writ of certiorari filed on behalf of approximately 6,000 persons injured or family members of people killed in terrorist attacks between January 1995 and July 2005 against Jordan-based Arab Bank PLC.
Medical attorney Jonathan Orent has been appointed as lead counsel and a member of the Plaintiffs Executive Committee for hernia mesh multidistrict litigation filed against medical device manufacturer Atrium Medical Corp.