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Lawdragon recognizes Seeger Weiss attorneys

Seeger Weiss LLP is proud to announce that seven of the firm’s attorneys—Parvin K. Aminolroaya, David R. Buchanan, Jeffrey S. Grand, Shauna Itri, Diogenes P. Kekatos, Jennifer Scullion, Christopher A. Seeger, and Stephen A. Weiss—have been recognized by Lawdragon in their 2020 guides. Both Seeger and Weiss, the firm’s cofounding partners, were featured in Lawdragon’s […]

August 26, 2020

Seeger Weiss LLP is proud to announce that seven of the firm’s attorneys—Parvin K. Aminolroaya, David R. Buchanan, Jeffrey S. Grand, Shauna Itri, Diogenes P. Kekatos, Jennifer Scullion, Christopher A. Seeger, and Stephen A. Weiss—have been recognized by Lawdragon in their 2020 guides.

Both Seeger and Weiss, the firm’s cofounding partners, were featured in Lawdragon’s flagship guide, the 500 Leading Lawyers in America. Seeger, who has appeared on the 500 Leading Lawyers in America list every year since 2007, was named a “Lawdragon Legend” in 2016.

Seeger Weiss lawyers were also featured in Lawdragon’s guides to the 500 Leading Plaintiff Financial Lawyers in America and 500 Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyers.

The 500 Leading Plaintiff Financial Lawyers in America guide highlights lawyers who “specialize in representing plaintiffs in securities and other business litigation, antitrust, and whistleblower claims.” Parvin K. Aminolroaya, David R. Buchanan, Shauna Itri, Jennifer Scullion, Christopher A. Seeger, and Stephen A. Weiss were all recognized on this list.

The 500 Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyers in America guide aims to represent “the best of the U.S. plaintiff bar who specialize in representing individuals who have suffered injuries from accidents, pharmaceuticals, civil rights abuse and other torts.” Parvin K. Aminolroaya, David R. Buchanan, Jeffrey S. Grand, Diogenes P. Kekatos, Christopher A. Seeger, and Stephen A. Weiss were all recognized on this list.

Lawdragon was founded in 2005 and has published the annual 500 Leading Lawyers in America guide since then. Between 2007 and 2018, Lawdragon published a single guide to the Leading Plaintiff Lawyers in America. Since 2019, they have split that single guide into three separate ones: the Leading Plaintiff Financial Lawyers, the Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyers, and the Leading Plaintiff Employment Lawyers. More information about Lawdragon’s methodology can be found on their website.

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