MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C., Feb. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Motley Rice LLC, one of the
nation's largest plaintiffs' litigation firms, today announced that attorney
John M. Eubanks has joined the firm. As a member of the Motley Rice 9/11 and
Anti-Terrorism practice group he is involved in the litigation recently filed
in the Eastern District of New York against Arab Bank PLC. Eubanks will also
work on the 9/11 Families United to Bankrupt Terrorism action as well as the
litigation against Libya and others on behalf of an American victim of the
bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland in December 1988.
Eubanks' interest in counterterrorism developed during a year of study in
the Middle East when he was present in Israel during multiple suicide bombings
against the Israeli civilian population. After graduation from Georgetown
University, he pursued this interest in counterterrorism as a researcher with
the Washington, DC-based think tank, The Investigative Project. He served as
a liaison on various terrorism financing investigations pertaining to Hamas
and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad with the Federal Bureau of Investigation
(FBI), the former Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) and U.S.
Customs. He also worked as an independent consultant on groundbreaking
litigation pertaining to the financing of terrorism that resulted in the
murder of an American citizen.
Prior to joining Motley Rice, Eubanks was associated with a law firm in
Washington, DC, where he was integrally involved in civil litigation against
various groups within the United States who provided material support or
resources to the Hamas terrorist organization. Eubanks earned a Bachelor of
Science degree in Foreign Service and spent a semester abroad at The Hebrew
University of Jerusalem. Eubanks earned a JD from Georgetown University Law
Center and was admitted to the Maryland State Bar in January of 2004.
Eubanks has published numerous articles on counterterrorism and security
and was a major contributor to a full-length non-fiction work entitled
"American Jihad: The Terrorists Living Among Us," (Free Press 2002) which
details the activities of organizations and individuals within the United
States who provide material support and/or resources to Middle Eastern and
Islamic terrorist organizations abroad.
Motley Rice LLC is one of the nation's largest plaintiffs' litigation
firms. Motley Rice attorneys gained global recognition for their pioneering
work on behalf of asbestos victims, the State Attorneys General in their
landmark litigation against Big Tobacco, and the 9/11 families in their
groundbreaking lawsuit against terrorist financiers. Motley Rice attorneys
continue to seek justice in the areas of: catastrophic injury; complex case
resolution; consumer and commercial fraud; environmental hazards and
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