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Cindi A. Solomon

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Cindi Solomon represents dozens of states, cities, counties and other municipalities as part of Motley Rice’s opioid litigation team.

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Cindi contributes to the firm’s intensive involvement in the National Prescription Opiate Multidistrict Litigation, as well as similar cases filed in state court against manufacturers, distributors and other entities believed to have played a role in causing the opioid crisis. She has additional experience in pharmaceutical drug, defective medical device, and product liability cases, including working with Motley Rice attorneys in the 1990s on historic Big Tobacco litigation, which resulted in the largest civil settlement in U.S. history.

In addition to her legal career, Cindi has worked for several years to promote eye health in the Charleston, S.C., area, including co-founding and serving as Volunteer Executive Director of Operation Sight, a non-profit that provides free cataract surgery and other services to those in need. She also served as a member of the Board of Directors for the Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired – Charleston from 2011 to 2016. 

Currently, Cindi serves on the Boards of the Kiawah Island Club and Spoleto Festival USA, in addition to being a member of Trident United Way’s Community Impact Committee. Numerous other community positions she’s held include: 

  • Member of the Board of Directors for Trident United Way, 2004-2010, and 2014-2015
  • President of Trident United Way’s Women's Leadership Council, 2014-2015 
  • President of MUSC’s Women’s Club, 2009-2010  

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Education

  • J.D., University of South Carolina School of Law, 1996
  • B.A., Vanderbilt University, 1988

Associations

  • South Carolina Women Lawyers

Licensed In

  • South Carolina

Admitted to Practice Before

  • U.S. Supreme Court

Casework

Opioid Litigation

The growing opioid epidemic crosses virtually all demographics, and with more than half a million related deaths recorded in the U.S. since 2015, the crisis has officially been declared a public health emergency.

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