Paul Napoli

Mr. Napoli brings more than 31 years of legal experience to his primary areas of practice, including environmental law, governmental affairs, and mass tort litigation. He is widely recognized as one of the country’s top litigators, having successfully led numerous high-profile cases such as the Flint Water Crisis, the World Trade Center litigation and claims brought on behalf of local cities and states involving the Opioid Epidemic.

Paul is well-known for his ability to oversee large-scale complex cases involving large multi-billion-dollar corporations, including contamination caused by PFAS, also known as ‘forever chemicals’. Notably in the AFFF litigation affecting America’s public water systems, where Paul is Co-Lead Counsel, U.S. District Judge Richard Gergel recently approved a $1.18 billion settlement with DuPont.

He is annually selected to the invitation-only Super Lawyers® list and is recommended as leading lawyers by Best Lawyers in America, Lawyers of Distinction and Legal 500 US.

Mr. Napoli serves on the Board of the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, was named to Law360’s 2020 Editorial Boards in the Environmental Category and was chosen as a recipient of Law360’s 2020 MVP Awards: Environmental.  


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