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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.

Law360: Global Opioid Settlement and NY Opioid Trial


The New York attorney general and six other state attorneys general on Wednesday formally announced a global opioid settlement worth $26 billion with Johnson & Johnson and the nation’s three largest drug distributors. A trial over the New York state and two Long Island counties’ opioid suit (Nassau County is a client of Napoli Shkolnik)…

LI Press Cont’d Coverage of NY Opioid Trial: $1.1B Deal

Long Island Press

The three largest drug distributors, McKesson Corp, Cardinal Health Inc, and AmerisourceBergen Corp, will dole out at least $86 million to each county over 18 years, which officials said would go straight toward drug treatment and prevention. Napoli Shkolnik client Nassau will also be one of 17 members of the National Enforcement Committee, which is…

NY Law Journal: Paul Napoli on Billion Dollar Opioid Deal


The legislatures of Nassau County and Suffolk County will have the opportunity to formally approve Tuesday’s settlement in August. The agreement would send $86 million to Nassau County and $106 million to Suffolk County. Paul Napoli of Napoli Shkolnik, who represents Nassau County, said that the New York settlement is “the impetus and the driving…

Law360 Quotes Hunter Shkolnik on $1.1B NY Settlement


As part of an upcoming nationwide settlement, the nation’s three largest drug distributors on Tuesday struck a $1.1 billion opioid deal with New York’s attorney general and exited a closely watched jury trial. “Unlike the national deal, it is not contingent on the rest of the country or other states joining,” Hunter Shkolnik of Napoli…

Newsday Covers $1.1 Billion Settlement in NY Opioid Trial


On Long Island, the settlement with McKesson, Amerisource Bergen and CardinalHealth means Nassau County will receive nearly $87 million; Suffolk County between $87 million and $106 million. The agreement will remove the companies from an ongoing opioid trial underway in a state court in Suffolk County. Download