Seeger Weiss Announces New Partner and Counsel

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Seeger Weiss is pleased to announce the promotion of Parvin K. Aminolroaya to partner and Asim M. Badaruzzaman to counsel.

About Parvin

Parvin focuses on class action, mass tort and complex commercial litigation involving consumer protection, investment fraud, and antitrust and pharmaceutical injury.

Parvin joined the firm as an associate in the fall of 2008 following her graduation from Cardozo Law School, where she served as an Editorial Board Member of the Moot Court Honor Society.

She is a recipient of the 2016 Alumni Association Young Leadership Award, the Jacob Burns Medal for outstanding contribution to Moot Court, and the 2018 Cardozo Game Changer award by the Cardozo Law School Black, Asian, Latino Law Students Association Alumni Group (BALLSA). She is the former Vice-Chair of BALLSA and the current Co-Chair of Cardozo Women.

Her full bio and selected representations can be read here.

About Asim

Asim practices in the areas of pharmaceutical drug injury, medical device liability, and mass tort litigation.

Asim joined the firm as a law clerk in 2008 and became an associate in 2010 after receiving his law degree from Seton Hall, where he participated in the Civil Litigation Clinic at the Center for Social Justice and was recognized as the Best Brief Author in appellate advocacy.

He graduated with honors from Rutgers University in 2006 with a major in political science.

His full bio and selected representations can be read here.


Speaking on behalf of the partners, founding partner Chris Seeger said; “Through the years, Parvin has been a strong and effective advocate for our clients, and a valued colleague to us all. Likewise, Asim has led our client team with his ever-present commitment, compassion, and judgment. We’re thankful for their many contributions to our clients and the firm, and look forward to their future success.”


Since its establishment in 1999, Seeger Weiss has led some of the most complex and high-profile litigations in the U.S.