News reports featuring Motley Rice, our case work and our lawyers

Motley Rice, as co-lead and trial counsel for end-payor plaintiffs, helped reach a $62.5 million class action settlement to resolve claims alleging pharmaceutical drug manufacturers engaged in anticompetitive conduct to delay market entry of generic Loestrin 24 FE.
South Carolina Lawyers Weekly awarded attorney Anne McGinness Kearse its Leadership in Law award for 2020 during a ceremony March 13.
A newly discovered defect has prompted a recall of nearly 3 million older model BMW, Audi, Honda, Isuzu, Toyota, and Mitsubishi vehicles in the U.S. due to potentially faulty Takata airbag inflators.
Airbag manufacturer Takata Corp., announced yet another major recall of 10 million potentially defective airbag inflators, the latest in a series that amounted to the largest automotive recall in U.S. history.
Two brothers filed suit today against Z&D Tour, Inc., seeking compensatory and punitive damages related to a Jan. 5, 2020 bus crash on the Pennsylvania Turnpike that severely injured them, along with dozens of other passengers, and claimed five lives.
The FDA recently announced multiple recalls of heartburn medicine Zantac (ranitidine) tablets that may contain N-Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA), a substance that the WHO says may cause stomach, bladder, kidney, pancreatic, colon and other cancers in humans.
The U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation declined on February 5 to establish a multidistrict litigation (MDL) of consolidated claims for sex trafficking victims against various hotel chains.
Motley Rice was one of five firms nationally, and one of two plaintiffs’ firms to be named a 2019 Law360 Product Liability Practice Group of the Year.
A New York woman filed a lawsuit alleging years of sexual abuse, including rape, by her 7th grade music teacher. In addition to the teacher, Greenlawn, N.Y.’s Oldfield Middle School, Harborfields Central School District, and the district’s Board of Education, are named in the suit and accused of fostering an environment that allowed the abuse to occur.
A federal grand jury issued a subpoena last month for global manufacturer 3M Co. The grand jury investigation is reportedly exploring the company’s alleged illegal dumping of toxic chemicals into the Tennessee River near its Decatur, Ala., plant.