Napoli Shkolnik newsletters, whitepapers and articles.

At Napoli Shkolnik PLLC, our nationally acclaimed attorneys are frequently featured in various industry publications and quoted across numerous newspapers, blogs, television networks, and other media outlets. These industry journals often seek out our attorneys due to their knowledge and experience both inside the courtroom and out, and their involvement in a number of landmark case settlements and verdicts.

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Below is a selection of articles and publications we have appeared in.

Nationwide Class of Uber Drivers Proper Settlement Deal

A nationwide class of more than 5,000 Uber Technologies Inc drivers on Tuesday proposed a $1.3 million settlement of their claims that Uber misclassified them as independent contractors and owed them minimum wage and overtime pay. The drivers sued Uber in 2016, claiming they were the company’s employees under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act…

Uber Reaches $1.3M Deal In FLSA Action

Uber Technologies Inc. will pay $1.3 million to settle Fair Labor Standards Act claims from more than 5,000 drivers who aren’t bound by arbitration agreements and alleged the ride-hailing giant misclassified them as independent contractors instead of employees, according to a North Carolina federal court filing. Given the risks of continuing with litigation, a $1.3…

Dayton, OH Files Federal Water Contamination Lawsuit

The City of Dayton filed a complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio against multiple defendants alleging strict liability, negligence and other counts. The complaint outlines how the City seeks to recover damages for the treatment of removal of contamination allegedly from the defendants’ products from its public drinking water supply.…

Did JP Bushnell Packing Supply to Warn of Asbestos Danger?

A man formerly employed at locations in California and Iowa alleges exposure to asbestos caused him to develop lung cancer. According to the complaint, the plaintiff alleges that during his employment and military career beginning in 1962, he experienced occupational and bystander exposure to asbestos-containing products emanating from certain products manufactured, sold, distributed or installed…

Trucking Company Remains in Federal Litigation

A trucking company and its founder will remain in federal litigation claiming it is responsible for the alleged reckless conduct of one of its drivers who caused an accident. The lawsuit stems from a 2015 accident in which the plaintiffs were injured when driver Roman Best rear-ended the car driven by Joanne McMahon. The defendants sought to…

City of Dayton Files PFAS Contamination Lawsuit

The City of Dayton announced Wednesday that it has filed a lawsuit against companies in connection with chemicals that were found in the city’s water supply. In February, the city found elevated levels of PFAS in the water supply near Huffman Dam, which is near Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Since then, officials have been working…