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Publication Archive: Ohio Opioid Lawyers

Ashtabula County Says Opioid Case About “Corporate Greed”

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Ashtabula County Prosecutor Nicholas Iarocci will be joined by several outside law firms in the case, including Napoli Shkolnik of New York, which has been involved in nearly every major suit involving several pharmaceutical entities over the last two decades, according to a release from county officials.Read the article

155 Opioid Lawsuits Consolidated to Northern Ohio

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Source: Madison/St. Clair Record
Multi district judges consolidated 155 opioid suits from 25 courts on Dec. 5, and chose District Judge Dan Polster of the Northern District of Ohio in Cleveland to preside over them. Napoli Shkolnik Partner Hunter Shkolnik of New York City, representing three Ohio cities, recommended Polster at the panel’s hearing on November 30, 2017. Napoli…Read the article

Lorain County Ready to Sue Opioid Makers

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Source: Chronicle Telegram
The Lorain County commissioners voted in favor of hiring Napoli Shkolnik, a law firm based in New York City, as outside counsel to represent the county.Read the article

Trumbull County (OH) Hires Napoli Shkolnik for Opioid Suit

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Source: Tribune Chronicle
The state of Ohio, Dayton, Parma, Lorain, Toledo and Richland County Children Services are some of the communities that have filed suit against companies in the opioid pain pill business. Napoli Shkolnik represents others in New York, Maryland, West Virginia, Kentucky, Georgia, Tennessee Louisiana, Texas and New Mexico.Read the article

Another City Hires Napoli Shkolnik for Opioid Litigation

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Source: The Daily Caller
One of the largest cities in Ohio (Toledo) is suing drug manufacturers for their role in igniting the opioid epidemic currently wreaking havoc in the state. Napoli Shkolnik PLLC is one of the firms handling the case for officials but will not be compensated by Toledo unless they win the case.Read the article

Toledo City Council Hires Napoli Shkolnik for Opioid Lawsuit

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Source: Toledo Blade
Toledo, OH has announced it is suing opioid manufacturers. “It is designed to hold them responsible,” the mayor said. “The goal is to recover our costs and to change the ways in which they prescribe and advertise these drugs.”Read the article

Toledo City Council Considers Napoli Shkolnik: Opioid Case

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Source: Toledo Blade
The council is reviewing the mayor’s proposal to hire Napoli Shkolnik to sue for opioid-related costs. The firm already represents several other OH cities including Parma and Dayton in similar lawsuits.Read the article