Publication Archive: Paul Napoli

Fall/Winter 2018 Napoli Shkolnik Newsletter, The Verdict

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Source: Napoli Shkolnik PLLC
Find out the latest firm news: Our lawyers are Super Lawyers: 12 of our attorneys have been selected to this prestigious honor. Age and Gender Discrimination Lawsuit filed against CBS on behalf of a former, Emmy-winning CBS Investigative Reporter Class Action Filed against Central Maine Power (CMP) and in Bethpage, NY for a toxic plume…Read the article

Dayton, OH Files Federal Water Contamination Lawsuit

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Source: Legal Newsline
The City of Dayton filed a complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio against multiple defendants alleging strict liability, negligence and other counts. The complaint outlines how the City seeks to recover damages for the treatment of removal of contamination allegedly from the defendants’ products from its public drinking water supply.…Read the article

Law360 Quotes Paul Napoli on PFOA Water Contamination

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Source: Law360
Tyco Fire Products LP, 3M Co. and other companies that produced a fire suppressant foam have told a Massachusetts federal court that a suit filed by a group of Cape Cod residents claiming the product caused illnesses should be tossed, arguing the allegations couldn’t properly be connected to specific manufacturers. Paul Napoli of Napoli Shkolnik…Read the article

China Press Interviews Paul Napoli on 9/11

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Source: China Press
China Press spoke with Of Counsel Paul Napoli to discuss his personal connection with the tragic events of 9/11 and what he and his firm are doing to assist survivors, first responders and their families. Paul explained the Zadroga Act and the approaching deadlines involved with filing a claim with the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund…Read the article

Defendants Try Delay Tactic in Portland (ME) Opioid Lawsuit

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Source: CBS13 WGME
Drug companies are trying to move Portland’s lawsuit over the opioid crisis to a federal court in Ohio – a maneuver lawyers for the city call a stalling tactic. The city is challenging these moves in its effort to keep the case over the mounting financial and human toll of the opioid crisis in a…Read the article

Portland, ME Opioid Case Should Remain in Maine

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Source: The Forecaster
Portland’s lawsuit over costs associated with opioid addiction maybe heard elsewhere after defendants moved to shift the case from Cumberland County Superior Court to the U.S. District Court of Northern Ohio. Attorney Paul J. Napoli of Napoli Shkolnik in New York City along with local counsel filed a motion to remand, or return the case to Cumberland…Read the article

Westchester, Rockland, Putnam Join Opioid Lawsuit

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The counties sued the drug companies in various lawsuits that were consolidated in Suffolk County Supreme Court, where lawyer Paul Napoli is representing multiple counties, including Westchester and Putnam. “People are dying daily,” he told The Journal News/lohud today. “We’ve tried to impress upon the judge, who takes his job seriously in this situation, the…Read the article

NY Law Journal Quotes Paul Napoli on Opioid Ruling

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Source: New York Law Journal
A New York state court judge has refused to dismiss lawsuits against several opioid manufacturers in some of the first substantive rulings to come out of the barrage of cases brought by governments over the prescription painkillers. In a pair of rulings on Monday, Suffolk County Supreme Court Judge Jerry Garguilo rejected motions to dismiss brought…Read the article

Spring/Summer 2018 Newsletter, The Verdict

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Source: Napoli Shkolnik PLLC
Read All About It! The Women Partners were featured in Super Lawyers Magazine NY Metro, “Top Women 2018” Court Appointed Leadership Positions for Paul J. Napoli and Hunter J. Shkolnik Filed Lawsuits for Love Canal, NY,  FELA Cancer Cases in TX, PFOA/PFOS WAter Contamination in Hampton Bays, NY New York Law Journal published an article…Read the article

2nd Circuit Revives 9/11 Workers’ Suit

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Source: New York Law Journal
A long-running legal battle between workers who say they became sick as a result of working in Lower Manhattan after the Sept. 11th terrorist attacks and the Battery Park City Authority was revived by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit Wednesday. Napoli Shkolnik of counsel Paul Napoli, who represented a portion of…Read the article