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

Motley Rice has been appointed co-lead counsel for securities fraud litigation filed by investors who allege 3M Co. failed to inform them of the scope of potential liability for its products containing toxic PFAS chemicals.
Opioid manufacturers and distributors Teva, Cardinal Health, AmerisourceBergen and McKesson avoided trial by reaching a $260 million settlement to resolve claims filed by two Ohio counties that alleged the companies played a role in causing the opioid crisis.
Congress is considering expanding current SEC whistleblower law to include protections for those who report potential securities violations internally to their employers.
Johnson & Johnson recalled a single lot of its baby powder on Friday, Oct. 18 after a sample tested positive asbestos.
Lawdragon 500 included 20 Motley Rice attorneys in its 2019 legal guide 500 Leading Plaintiff Financial Lawyers.
The City of North Charleston retroactively declared September 26 as Mesothelioma Awareness Day during a City Council meeting on Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019.
Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg declared September 26 as Mesothelioma Awareness Day during a City Council meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2019. This marked the 8th year that Motley Rice has requested a proclamation and the day has been officially recognized in the City of Charleston.
The FDA warned e-cig manufacturer JUUL Labs Inc. regarding the company’s marketing of its unauthorized modified risk tobacco products, including marketing to youth that claimed e-cigarettes are “totally safe.”
The National Law Journal Elite Trial Lawyers recognized Motley Rice its work in navigating the Takata bankruptcy proceedings for personal injury victims as well as naming member attorney Fidelma Fitzpatrick as one of the 2019 Elite Women of the Plaintiffs’ Bar.
We are proud to announce that 19 Motley Rice attorneys are included in The Best Lawyers in America® 2020.