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Publication Archive: New York Opioid Lawyers

Newsday on NY Jury Opioid Trial with Hunter Shkolnik

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Source: Newsday
“They have made money hand over fist while people  in our community have died,” Hunter Shkolnik, who is representing Nassau County, told jurors. DownloadRead the article

Hunter Shkolnik on Pharmacies Cut in NY Opioid Trial

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Source: Law360
Law360 quoted Hunter Shkolnik after Walmart, CVS and Rite Aid were been severed from New York state and two Long Island counties’ swiftly approaching opioid trial. “Judgment day is coming,” Hunter Shkolnik of Napoli Shkolnik PLLC, counsel for Nassau County, told Law360. DownloadRead the article

Newsday: Landmark Opioid Jury Trial Underway

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Source: Newsday
“Everybody has lost a family member or a friend or a friend’s family members,” said Hunter Shkolnik, an attorney representing Nassau County. “It has been described as a crime of the century, what has happened with the opioid epidemic. We are going to lay it out in this courtroom and this will be the first…Read the article

Hunter Shkolnlik Talks NY Opioid Trial Delay with Law360

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Source: Law360
A monumental opioid trial pitting New York state and two local governments against a dozen drug companies is being pushed back nearly one week because jury selection is taking longer than expected, sources said Wednesday. Napoli Shkolnik PLLC partner Hunter Shkolnik, counsel for Nassau County, one of the trial’s three government plaintiffs, also confirmed the…Read the article

Reuters Quotes Hunter Shkolnik on Upcoming NY Opioid Trial

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Source: Reuters
Suffolk County Supreme Court Justice Jerry Garguilo on Monday denied Allergan’s motion to be removed from the upcoming NYC Opioid Trial scheduled for June 22nd. “Allergan’s last-minute ‘Hail Mary’ attempt at avoiding a showdown before a New York jury failed, judgment day is here,” Hunter Shkolnik of Napoli Shkolnik, a lawyer for Nassau County. DownloadRead the article

Counties & Municipalities Object to NY AG McKinsey Deal

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Source: Law360
A New York judge has approved a $32 million agreement between McKinsey & Co. and the state’s attorney general over its alleged role in the opioid epidemic, over the objections of counties and municipalities that challenged the deal because it could potentially block them from pursuing their own claims against the consulting firm. DownloadRead the article

Law360 Quotes Hunter Shkolnik on McKinsey Opioid Crisis Role

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Source: Law360
Napoli Shkolnik PLLC partner Hunter Shkolnik, whose firm has had a prominent role in the existing opioid MDL and represents cities and counties suing McKinsey, criticized the company’s bid for a new MDL in New York. “McKinsey cut a sweetheart deal with state AGs to cover up its corrupt conduct, and now it is running…Read the article

Paul Napoli & Hunter Shkolnik On New NY Opioid Trial Date

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Source: Law360
A New York state judge on Monday set a new June trial date for the long-anticipated New York attorney general’s suit over the opioid crisis, which has been delayed multiple times due to the coronavirus pandemic. “Although we are disappointed that the trial will not start in the next two weeks, we see light at…Read the article

Paul Napoli Quoted by Law360 on Delayed NY Opioid Trial

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Source: Law360
A major trial against opioid makers by New York’s attorney general and local governments will not start at the end of March as planned, a judge ruled Friday, citing ongoing pandemic safety concerns. “Setting the trial has not only helped spark discussions in New York but also in California and also nationally,” Napoli said, arguing…Read the article

Law360 Quotes Hunter Shkolnik on Upcoming NY Opioid Trial

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Source: Law360
Drug companies, distributors and pharmacies asked the New York state judge overseeing the state’s suit over the opioid crisis to again delay the trial. Hunter Shkolnik, an attorney for the plaintiffs, told Law360 that the judge had adopted a jury questionnaire submitted months previously. “Given the jury questionnaire order just issued it appears the court…Read the article