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Nine Seeger Weiss Partners Honored by Lawdragon as Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyers

Seeger Weiss LLP is proud to announce that nine of the firm’s partners –  Chris Seeger, Stephen Weiss, David Buchanan, Diogenes Kekatos, Jeffrey Grand, Jennifer Scullion, Parvin Aminolroaya, Shauna Itri, and Christopher Ayers – were chosen by Lawdragon for its 2022 Lawdragon 500 Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyers list. Chosen amongst thousands of lawyers, Lawdragon states that […]

April 21, 2022

2022 Lawdragon 500 Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyers

Seeger Weiss LLP is proud to announce that nine of the firm’s partners –  Chris Seeger, Stephen Weiss, David Buchanan, Diogenes Kekatos, Jeffrey Grand, Jennifer Scullion, Parvin Aminolroaya, Shauna Itri, and Christopher Ayers – were chosen by Lawdragon for its 2022 Lawdragon 500 Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyers list. Chosen amongst thousands of lawyers, Lawdragon states that these lawyers “relish their role of underdog, taking on the toughest cases.”

Co-founding partners Chris Seeger and Stephen Weiss, as well as partners Dave Buchanan and Parvin Aminolroaya, have appeared on the Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyers list every year since the list was regularly published in 2019. Diogenes Kekatos and Jeff Grand are 3-time recipients of the honor, and Jennifer Scullion, Shauna Itri, and Chris Ayers have been selected for the list for the first time in this year’s edition.  

This honor follows several Seeger Weiss partners earlier this year being named to Lawdragon’s 2022 Leading Lawyers in America

This guide, first published in 2007 by Lawdragon Inc., presents Lawdragon’s opinion of “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.” Lawdragon’s selection methodology is based on a combination of objective criteria including research of top verdicts and settlements, peer recognition, and interviews with lawyers throughout the country. No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.

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