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  • Law360 Quotes Hunter Shkolnik: Pharmacies and OH Opioid MDL

  • The Ohio federal judge overseeing opioid multidistrict litigation has refused to toss two Ohio counties’ bellwether cases against pharmacies, allowing their public nuisance claims over the dispensing and distribution of opioids to move forward. “We were confident in the strength of the case against the national chain pharmacies like CVS, Rite Aid, Walmart, Walgreens and…

  • Greene County (NY) Joins PFAS Litigation

  • Greene County lawmakers approved a retainer agreement with Long Island-based Napoli Shkolnik in a lawsuit against manufacturers of chemicals used in at the county’s firefighting training center in Cario, which are present in the municipal drinking water.

  • Law360 Quotes Hunter Shkolnik on Future Roundup Deals

  • “By withdrawing the motion seeking class certification, proposed class counsel recognized the legal infirmities the proposed class suffered,” Hunter J. Shkolnik of Napoli Shkolnik PLLC, representing the plaintiffs opposed to the Ramirez deal, told Law360 on Wednesday. “Now maybe Monsanto will properly compensate the victims of Roundup.”

  • Law.com Reports On Roundup Class Settlement Opposition

  • Nearly a dozen firms, including Napoli Shkolnik and others, sought an extension to a July 13 deadline to oppose the class settlement, many of them stating that such a deal had “never before been attempted in the history of American jurisprudence” and raised “profound questions” under Rule 23, federal statutes and the U.S. Constitution. “It…

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Medtronic Recalls Faulty Insulin Pumps

08.06.20 | Pharmaceutical Litigation

After evidence of a possible life-threatening defect came to light, Medtronic, the medical device giant issued an immediate recall for its MiniMed Insulin Pumps. The recall covers over 300,000 devices which were sold in the United States beginning in June 2017. Medtronic touted these pumps as safe to use for people as young as seven…

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NY Sets New Standards for Drinking Water Contaminants

08.04.20 | Environmental Litigation

Napoli Shkonilk PLLC supports New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s announcement regarding “forever chemicals” and 1,4-Dioxane. This is a first-in-the-nation drinking water standard for emerging contaminant 1,4-Dioxane. Maximum contaminant limits (MCLs) were set at 10 parts per trillion each for Perfluorooctanoic acid (“PFOA”) and perfluorooctane sulfonate (“PFOS”) (collectively “PFAS”) and 1 part per billion for…

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Healthcare Providers Protected from Liability in COVID-19

08.03.20 | Coronavirus

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare systems across the globe have been under tremendous strain. In the United States, healthcare professionals not only are placed under immense pressure to care for overwhelming volumes of patients while using limited resources, but they also have to consider their risk of liability. Providing care during this…

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COVID-19 Pandemic Creates Issues for Tenants

07.31.20 | Coronavirus

In many ways, the COVID-19 pandemic in general, and the lockdowns in particular, were especially hard on Social Security Disability recipients and other low-income households. These individuals are also at a higher risk for eviction. Many low-income families spend almost half their income on rent. If their income sources dried up even slightly, monthly rent…

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