A class of Riot Blockchain, Inc. shareholders, represented by Motley Rice, filed an amended complaint alleging the company and its officers orchestrated a pump-and-dump scheme to misled shareholders about the company’s supposed transformation from a maker of veterinary products to a miner of cryptocurrency.
A three-judge panel reversed in part the dismissal of a lawsuit brought under the False Claims Act by a former United Airlines employee, who was fired after blowing the whistle about United’s alleged fraudulent repairs and inspections on the Air Force’s fleet of C-17 cargo jets.
Whistleblower attorney Rebecca M. Katz rejoins Motley Rice as senior counsel in the firm’s New York office.
Motley Rice is pleased to announce that six of the firm’s Mt. Pleasant, S.C.-based, associates have been promoted to Senior Counsel. The attorneys selected have experience working in the firm’s various practice areas.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has agreed to resolve allegations that it installed software to cheat emissions tests in certain diesel vehicles for model years 2014 to 2016.
Action may be needed to protect the public from health risks allegedly caused by talcum powder in certain cosmetic products, Canada’s health ministry announced.
We are proud to announce that legal publication South Carolina Lawyers Weekly included co-founding member Joe Rice in its inaugural 2018 Hall of Fame.
Motley Rice ranked as a National Tier 1 firm for Mass Tort Litigation / Class Actions – Plaintiffs, the highest rating for a firm in the 2019 edition of U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms.”
Settlement funds provided by Volkswagen following the automaker’s “Clean Diesel” emissions scandal will help improve air quality and decrease NOx emissions throughout South Carolina by funding upgrades to school buses and other public transportation.
Three Motley Rice attorneys were recognized as 2018 Connecticut Super Lawyers® and Rising Stars.