Seeger Weiss Partners Christopher Ayers and Caleb Seeley Recognized as New Leaders of the Bar by New Jersey Legal Awards

Seeger Weiss is delighted to announce The New Jersey Law Journal named partners Chris Ayers and Caleb Seeley New Leaders of the Bar for the 2023 New Jersey Legal Awards. The New Leaders of the Bar distinction is awarded by the New Jersey Law Journal to rising attorneys who have made a significant impact on […]

July 20, 2023

Seeger Weiss is delighted to announce The New Jersey Law Journal named partners Chris Ayers and Caleb Seeley New Leaders of the Bar for the 2023 New Jersey Legal Awards. The New Leaders of the Bar distinction is awarded by the New Jersey Law Journal to rising attorneys who have made a significant impact on the legal community in New Jersey and beyond. It recognizes their exceptional dedication to the legal profession and their outstanding contributions in their respective areas of practice.

Chris Ayers has consistently demonstrated his exceptional legal skills and unwavering commitment to his clients throughout his career. His comprehensive knowledge of mass tort litigation and his ability to navigate complex legal issues have earned him a well-deserved reputation as a formidable advocate for justice. Chris is widely recognized for his knowledge and experience in e-discovery and preservation of electronically stored information (ESI) and has served as designated ESI counsel for plaintiffs in numerous cases. Currently, he is working on the Social Media Adolescent Addiction/Personal Injury Products Liability Litigation, where he serves as ESI liaison counsel and helps oversee the case with partner Chris Seeger.

Caleb Seeley’s exceptional legal acumen and relentless pursuit of justice have established him as a rising star in the legal community. Seeley’s innovative strategies and commitment to ensuring accountability have earned him the respect and admiration of both clients and peers alike. Seeley has played key roles in several landmark multidistrict litigations, most notably the 3M Combat Arms Earplug MDL, where he was part of several successful bellwether trial teams representing veterans in their claims against 3M.

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