Seeger Weiss Attorneys
Located in New York, Newark, and Philadelphia, Seeger Weiss takes pride in the talent and skill of its attorneys: a diverse mix of big-firm veterans, former prosecutors, and home-grown partners. These lawyers, in turn, have given Seeger Weiss a breadth of experience and sophistication that’s striking for a plaintiffs’ firm, helping build it into an all-purpose, high-octane litigation powerhouse not confined to any one specialty.
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Many of our firm’s attorneys began at large Wall Street firms, but decided that they would rather represent people than corporations. Our law firm also has former state and federal prosecutors who are veterans of the courtroom. The members of our law firm also serve on the boards of many academic and charitable institutions and serve as adjunct professors at law schools.
Though relatively compact in size, the firm stands out across a wide range of practice areas including pharmaceutical injury, securities fraud, consumer class actions, environmental and toxic exposure injury, antitrust, ERISA, and personal injury cases – representing individual and institutional plaintiffs.
Our lawyers have been honored with some of the highest awards in the legal profession, including:
- Best Lawyers in America
- Best Lawyers in New York & New Jersey
- Super Lawyers Designation in NY, NJ and PA
- National Law Journal’s “Top Plaintiff’s Lawyers”
- LawDragon 500 Leading Lawyers in America
- Martindale Hubbell’s Highest Honors/Ratings
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