Marie Napoli, a founding partner of Napoli Shkolnik PLLC, is wrapping up 2020 as a leading media commentator on top criminal, sexual abuse, murder, and COVID-19 legal issues.
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Marie Napoli, Founding Partner, Napoli Shkolnik PLLC. Photo Credit: Damelys Mendoza Photography
With appearances on Court TV, Law and Crime Network Live, Dr. Oz, Newsmax, Rolling Stone, New York City’s WPIX-TV 11 News,TRT World and others, she provides well-reasoned views on topics from "biased male views toward female victims" in the case of the Playboy Model Murder case; "extreme, wanton criminal negligence" in the case of the Breonna Taylor case; the "unwarranted, ingrained notion of race discrimination" in the George Floyd case; and the need for victims of sexual assault to take their power back by filing civil lawsuits, as in the case of Charity Carson.
Additional cases she has assessed include the Jealous Lover Murder Trial — where she provided legal analysis on the multiple problems involved with a juror improperly communicating with her parents; the Teen Charged with Killing Two Kenosha Rioters, where she explained how it is up to a jury to decide whether it was murder or self-defense by Kyle Rittenhouse; The Tammy Daybell Effect on Chad Daybell’s Case, where she assessed the Courtroom vs. the Court of Public Opinion in Tammy Daybell's death; and the responsibility of attorneys during COVID-19 when courts are physically closed.
About Marie Napoli
Marie Napoli has over twenty-five years of experience handling personal injury, medical malpractice, mass tort, and complex litigation matters. After earning her JD from St. John’s University Law School and her LLM degree from New York University (NYU) School of Law, Marie went on to become one of the very few female partners in a top mass tort litigation firm with a successful and proven track record. She has worked for the New York Appellate Division, 2nd Department and has taught CLE courses on Tort & Civil Procedure at St. John’s University School of Law.
As a partner of a national plaintiff litigation firm, Marie has been involved in many high-level negotiations that resulted in favorable settlements for their clients. She was involved in the Cuyahoga Opioid Settlement, World Trade Center Litigation, and the pending court approval $641.2M Flint Water Crisis agreement, among many others.
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