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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.

Flood Damage Lawsuit Continues One Year Later

Queens Daily Eagle

A year after a collapsed pipe flooded their homes with raw sewage, 19 South Ozone Park residents say they are still waiting for compensation from the city for property destroyed by human waste. In July, they sued the city in Queens Supreme Court after failing to negotiate a settlement. “Our clients have lived with this…

OK Magazine: Marie Napoli and Charity Carson on Dr. Oz

OK Magazine

Porn star Ron Jeremy faces life in prison for 35 sexual assault charges, and his pal of 25 years, Charity Carson, revealed why she decided to come forward after Jeremy sexually assaulted her at a Los Angeles hotel earlier this year. “This is a way of putting the record straight and say, no, you can’t do that to me. I’m very…

FDA, DEA Experts to Testify in Opioid Case, Hunter in Law360

Law360

The New York judge overseeing the state attorney general’s suit over the opioid crisis said on Friday that he will allow witnesses for the state and two Long Island counties to testify, including a former U.S. Food and Drug Administration head and a former U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agent. “These defendants never know when to…

Chain Pharmacies: Doctors On the Hook for Prescriptions Too

Law360

“The chain pharmacies have beaten this drum to death, blaming every doctor and person that became addicted in these counties because those pharmacy defendants broke the law is like saying it’s OK for a driver to speed and run a red light and run a pedestrian over because they were walking outside the lines,” Hunter…