Seeger Weiss is proud to announce that the firm was recognized as Mass Torts Firm of the Year at The National Law Journal’s 2023 Elite Trial Lawyers award ceremony. This prestigious accolade recognizes the firm’s unwavering commitment to justice and unparalleled track record in championing groundbreaking mass tort litigation across the United States.
“We are truly honored by this recognition from The National Law Journal, which is a testament to the impact our firm has had on mass tort litigation nationwide,” said founding partner Chris Seeger. “This award underscores our dedication to providing outstanding legal representation to victims of corporate negligence and misconduct. In particular, our work on the 3M Combat Arms Earplug litigation demonstrates our firm’s tireless efforts to hold companies accountable.”
Seeger Weiss has consistently demonstrated leadership in some of the most high-profile and complex mass tort litigations across the nation, including cases involving product liability, personal injury, and environmental harm. Seeger Weiss attorneys lead many of the most high-profile mass tort litigations, such as the National Prescription Opioid Litigation, Elmiron (Pentosan Polysulfate Sodium) Products Liability Litigation, Philips Recalled CPAP, Bi-Level PAP, and Mechanical Ventilator Products Liability Litigation, Social Media Adolescent Addiction/Personal Injury Products Liability Litigation, and 3M Combat Arms Earplug Products Liability Litigation, the largest mass tort multidistrict litigation in American history.
In addition to the firm-wide recognition, new partner Caleb Seeley was named a Rising Star of the Plaintiffs’ Bar. Seeley’s dedication to his clients and his exceptional litigation skills have made him an invaluable asset to the Seeger Weiss team. Caleb’s practice focuses on complex litigation involving pharmaceutical injury, medical devices, and dangerous consumer products. His relentless pursuit of justice, innovative legal strategies, and dedication to his clients make him a deserving recipient of this honor.
“Caleb’s recognition is a testament to his hard work, dedication, and commitment to our clients,” said founding partner Steve Weiss. “His innovative approach to complex litigation has significantly contributed to our firm’s success.”
The National Law Journal was founded in 1978 to report on legal information of national importance to attorneys and cover legal news for the business and private sectors. Their prestigious Elite Trial Lawyers awards spotlight industry-leading plaintiff lawyers and firms. Every year editors and reporters review submissions to select finalists for an honoree’s list and each year’s winner. No aspect of this or any advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey or a court or authority of any jurisdiction. Learn more about their selection methodology here.