Motley Rice is co-class counsel in the case in which plaintiffs allege Twitter Inc. knowingly concealed and made false statements about key operating metrics, allegedly in violation of the federal securities laws.
One hundred and forty-nine passengers and eight crew members were killed when their plane, Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302, crashed. The plane, a new Boeing 737 MAX 8, was en route to Nairobi, Kenya, and carrying passengers of 35 different nationalities.
U.S. District Judge Mary Scriven has allowed plaintiffs to move forward with allegations that the cancer care company jeopardized the private health information of millions of patients by failing to prevent a data breach.
American Honda recently announced a recall of 1.1 million vehicles due to a defective airbag inflators. This recall is for replacement airbags that were previously installed in the vehicles in the wake of the Takata airbag scandal.
Recognizing his work representing plaintiffs, the Roger Williams University School of Law named attorney Robert McConnell one of its 2019 Champions for Justice.
Claims alleging anti-nausea medication Zofran® caused life-threatening birth defects in unborn children will be allowed to move forward following a ruling Feb. 5, 2019 denying summary judgment.
The N.Y. Court of Appeals affirms litigation filed on behalf of a former seaman who tragically lost his life to mesothelioma should be allowed to proceed against Chevron Corporation under the Jones Act.
Motley Rice was one of five firms nationally to be named a 2018 Law360 Consumer Protection Group of the Year.
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.