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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.

Urban Milwaukee: Council Unamiously Hires Napoli Shkolnik

Urban Milwaukee

The Common Council voted unanimously in favor of legislation that authorizes the City Attorney to hire outside counsel for litigation to recover expenses incurred by the city from the opioid crisis. Napoli Shkolnik, PLLC, has extensive experience representing municipalities and counties in excess of 250 cases seeking damages and remedies in regard to the opioid…

Bloomberg Law: Firm Representing Milwaukee in Opioid Case


Milwaukee’s city attorney hired New York firm Napoli Shkolnik to represent the city in litigation against drug companies, manufacturers, doctors, and others, to recover costs of battling the state’s opioid crisis. The firm agreed to represent Milwaukee for a contingency fee of 25% and cost reimbursement. (Wisconsin Public Radio)

Law360 Quotes Hunter Shkolnik on OH Opioid MDL Trial


The Sixth Circuit on Thursday rejected eleventh-hour bids by the Ohio attorney general and drug companies to block an upcoming bellwether trial in multidistrict litigation accusing drugmakers of fueling the opioid crisis, rejecting the state’s arguments that the counties in the case are usurping its authority. “Cuyahoga County is very pleased to see that both writs…

Napoli Quoted on Purdue’s Bankruptcy and Opioid Cases

In Ohio, where cases have been consolidated, a trial is set under U.S. District Judge Dan Aaron Polster for late October for claims from the state’s Cuyohoga and Summit counties. Napoli, who represents Cuyohoga County, said because of the pending bankruptcy, Purdue won’t be one of the defendants. “It’s unlikely Purdue will ever be at…