Hunter Shkolnik, one of the plaintiffs’ lawyers who raised a red flag about the letters, said attorney Loyst Fletcher Jr.’s role in other lead-water matters hadn’t been made clear before a recent hearing that resulted in an injunction and restraining order. But with “confusing” letters appearing in Flint mailboxes in recent weeks and at the…Details
U.S. District Judge Levy ordered Loyst Fletcher Jr. of Loyst Fletcher Jr. & Associates to stop “improper” communications pushing Flint, Michigan, residents to opt out of a $641 million settlement related to Flint’s lead water crisis. Read More
United States District Judge Levy grants Napoli Shkolnik’s Request for Preliminary Injunction and Temporary Restraining Order
United States District Judge Levy has granted Napoli Shkolnik’s request for a preliminary injunction and temporary restraining order against an attorney and his law firm who have inappropriately communicating with putative class members and individuals represented plaintiffs regarding matters related to the proposed settlement.
Napoli Shkolnik is happy to report that we have obtained a preliminary court approval for the $640M partial settlement.