Laura Rublee litigates for consumers, unions, public pensions and other institutional investors as a part of Motley Rice’s securities and consumer fraud practice.
Laura advances complex class actions that shine a light on alleged financial violations and corporate misconduct that negatively impact investors and consumers.
Laura’s litigation experience includes representing a class of patients who allege Cigna Health and Life Insurance Co. fraudulently inflated copayments and coinsurance by overcharging for medical services and products, Neufeld v. Cigna Health and Life Insurance Company et al. She also represents more than a million tax return preparers who allege the IRS charged unauthorized user fees for the issuance and renewal of preparer tax identification numbers, Steele v. United States. Laura served on additional litigation teams in class action suits filed against Medtronic, Inc.; Sprint Nextel Corp.; and Twitter, Inc.
Prior to joining Motley Rice, Laura worked for several years as an escrow officer in Texas where she assisted with real estate transactions. She has additional experience as a staff attorney and associate for defense firms in South Carolina and Virginia. She also has a background in biophysics, having worked as laboratory specialist for several years before pursuing a law degree.
J.D., Marshall-Wythe School of Law, College of William & Mary, 1985
B.A. with distinction, University of Virginia, 1977
- South Carolina
Admitted to Practice Before
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
U.S. District Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Virginia, and the Western District of North Carolina
South Carolina Bar Association