An Aeromexico airline flight crashed near Durango, Mexico, injuring at least 97 people according to early estimates. One hundred and three passengers and four crew members were on board the Embraer 190 aircraft.
Motley Rice reached an anti-trust settlement to resolve litigation alleging drug manufacturers Boehringer Ingelheim and Teva Pharmaceutical engaged in an alleged pay-for-delay scheme to block generic competition for stroke medication Aggrenox®.
Motley Rice reached a $43 million settlement with Medtronic, Inc. on behalf of shareholders who purchased the company’s common stock and suffered losses.
The National Law Journal announced finalists for its 2018 Elite Trial Lawyers and has named Motley Rice a finalist in four categories for its “exemplary performance in cutting edge work.”
The Connecticut Law Tribune has recognized Motley Rice consumer fraud attorney Mathew Jasinski as a “New Leader in Law” for 2018.
The lawsuit, filed last year by Wallace’s wife, alleged that the officers who were parked on the Isle of Palms Connector failed to protect Wallace in the moments after the collision, causing him to be fatally struck.
Motley Rice, as co-lead counsel, reached a $50 million settlement with 3D System Corp. on behalf of shareholders who suffered losses allegedly related to fraud.
More than 507,000 Kia vehicles have been recalled in the U. S. due to a potentially deadly electrical glitch that could hinder airbag deployment in a crash.
One centralized claims form is now available to U.S. personal injury or wrongful death victims of Takata airbags. The form allows claims to be submitted to three funds at once.
The Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) ranked Motley Rice in the top half for securities class action settlement recoveries in its 2017 Securities Class Action Services Top 50 report.