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Year Established: 2003Web Site: http://www.motleyrice.com
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Motley Rice, one of the nation's largest plaintiffs' litigation firms, was founded by Ron Motley, Joe Rice and numerous other attorneys and support staff who performed pioneering work in the areas of asbestos, tobacco and other complex litigation. With more than 70 attorneys, assisted by hundreds of support personnel, Motley Rice is built upon advocacy for the rights of workers, consumers, families and investors and continues its efforts to hold responsible corporations and organizations that willfully and knowingly cause harm. Today, Motley Rice attorneys represent clients in litigation involving asbestos bankruptcy, mesothelioma and other occupational diseases, aviation disasters, catastrophic injury, medical devices and prescription drugs, environmental contamination, securities fraud, consumer protection, antitrust, qui tam, whistleblower, anti-terrorism and human rights. Visit www.motleyrice.com for detailed information about Motley Rice.
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Holding GM Accountable
Joseph F. Rice, November 28, 2014
The statistics of GM’s recalls this year are staggering. There are more than 70 different vehicle recalls ranging from defective ignition switches to faulty tie rods and brakes, all affecting more than 26 million cars in the U.S. alone. That basically means that one out of every 10 cars in...
Putting on Purple this November: Recognizing Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month
Kimberly Barone Barone Baden, November 28, 2014
Pancreatic cancer might not have the same name recognition as breast or colon cancer, but of the top 25 cancer killers today, it’s the only one with a five-year survival rate at six percent. Add to this that more than 45,000 United States citizens are diagnosed with this intrusive disease...