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.

Scholar: PFAS Regulations Are Tied to Science and Politics

Legal Newsline

A federal multidistrict litigation proceeding has commenced in South Carolina, where more than 100 lawsuits have been consolidated. Some have called PFAS “the next asbestos” because of the potential for decades of litigation. States have used varying strategies to determine their maximum toxicity levels, which would explain why they haven’t reached a consensus maximum contaminant…

Paul Napoli Quoted on Multi-District Firefighting Foam Case

Chemical Watch

Paul Napoli, co-lead counsel from the law firm Napoli Shkolnik, which is acting for a number of the plaintiffs, told Chemical Watch that the burden of dealing with PFAS contamination falls on municipalities to make sure engineering controls are up to date. “To avoid forcing resident ratepayers to cover the additional treatment costs through higher…

Marie Napoli’s NYLJ Child Victims Act Article Quoted

The Westbury Times

It is a sad reality in this world that children are not respected and safeguarded as they ought to be. More and more we learn about abuses that happen to children by persons who were entrusted with their care—pastors, teachers, rabbis, scout leaders. These abusers cause severe physical, psychological, and emotional trauma to their young…

AWWA Opflow Magazine Publishes Firm’s Article


August 2019, “Industry Insights / Analysis and Expertise” Section *** Aqueous film-forming foam (AFFF) has been used on hundreds of military bases around the country to put out emergency fires and, more often, for training purposes to prepare for those emergencies. Although AFFF manufacturers voluntarily agreed to phase out the manufacture of firefighting foam with…

Legal NewsLine Quotes Partner on $40M BCBS Lawsuit

Legal Newsline

Four substance abuse treatment centers in Michigan have filed a lawsuit against an insurance company over claims that it “slashed” reimbursement rates, or did not pay, for the treatment of patients at their facilities. Central to the dispute is the fact that the four centers are all out of network – one subsequently applied to…