Nigel Halliday

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Nigel is a litigation associate at Seeger Weiss LLP, where he has practiced since 2020. Prior to joining Seeger Weiss, Nigel clerked for the Honorable Tu M. Pham, Chief US Magistrate Judge for the US District Court for the Western District of Tennessee. Nigel was a summer associate with Seeger Weiss in 2018.

Nigel Halliday

Nigel is a litigation associate at Seeger Weiss LLP, where he has practiced since 2020. Prior to joining Seeger Weiss, Nigel clerked for the Honorable Tu M. Pham, Chief US Magistrate Judge for the US District Court for the Western District of Tennessee. Nigel was a summer associate with Seeger Weiss in 2018.

Nigel earned his law degree from Vanderbilt Law School in 2019, where he was elected to the Order of the Coif and received scholastic excellence awards for his performance in Civil Procedure, Complex Litigation, and Professional Responsibility. While in law school, Nigel served as a research assistant for Professor Brian Fitzpatrick, one of the country’s leading scholars on class action litigation. Nigel was a managing editor of the Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment & Technology Law.

Nigel earned his B.A. from Hendrix College in 2016, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and received the Dr. John A. Zeigler Law Award and the Dr. and Mrs. F. Marion Tolleson Prize.

Bar Admissions

  • New Jersey

Selected Representation

  • In re National Prescription Opiate Litigation: MDL 2804. Representing municipalities suing manufacturers, distributors, and dispensers of opioids for allegedly creating the opioid epidemic by fraudulently misrepresenting the addiction risks and therapeutic benefits of opioids, ignoring or facilitating widespread diversion of their products, and thwarting efforts to limit the flow and growth of the market for opioids.
  • Counts et al. v. General Motors, LLC; Fenner et al. v. General Motors, LLC, and Gamboa et al. v. Ford Motor Co. Representing consumers suing several major car companies for allegedly manipulating their diesel cars to emit dramatically more emissions than was represented to consumers or disclosed to the EPA.

*Prior results do not guarantee or predict a similar outcome in any future matter.

Publications & Presentations

Bridging the Gap: The Geography of Legal Aid and Need in Arkansas, Arkansas Policy Program, 2015

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