Max Brandy serves as a Litigation Paralegal for the Firm. He assists attorneys in the full litigation life cycle in both state and federal courts, from initial case assessment through U.S. Supreme Court appeals. Max has significant trial experience, including serving as plaintiffs’ lead paralegal for a large whistleblower case resulting in a verdict of over $350 million.
Max graduated from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and earned Certificates in Paralegal Studies as well as Litigation Technology and Legal Project Management from Georgetown University.
Caroline Choe is a Paralegal in the Firm’s Antitrust practice group. She has experience preparing and filing in various federal courts, and assists team members with trial preparations. In the past, Caroline has worked on complex class action matters, primarily focusing on products liability.
Caroline graduated from Bryn Mawr College with a B.A. in History.
Sielas K. Dixon
Sielas K. Dixon is a Paralegal in the Firm’s Environment & Public Health and Government Representation practice groups.
In the past, Mr. Dixon has worked on a wide variety of complex litigation matters including toxic torts, securities, products liability, and patent litigation. Mr. Dixon received his B.A. from the University of Chicago.
David Filbert is a Litigation Paralegal assigned to the False Claims Act/Qui Tam Department where he is responsible for assisting attorneys in all aspects of the Firm’s cases, including case intake, damage analysis, discovery, document database management and all necessary supporting logistics. Mr. Filbert currently serves as one of the Firm’s Paralegal Liaisons.
He graduated from Lebanon Valley College with a B.A. in Political Science, Widener University with a Paralegal Certificate, Lehigh University with a M.A. in Government and worked as a Graduate Assistant at the University at Albany’s Center For Technology In Government.
Case Intake Analyst Coordinator
Rachel Gebo serves as the Firm’s Case Intake Analyst Coordinator. She is responsible for coordinating with attorneys and staff on new case investigations by overseeing case assignments, intake development, and intake management. Rachel also communicates directly with clients and prospective clients to gather factual information on potential claims and provide regular updates on case developments.
Rachel graduated with a B.A. from the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse.
Case Intake Analyst
Alex Grayson provides litigation support to the Employment & Unpaid Wages Group attorneys in their representation of employees who are not being paid properly under state and federal law.
Mr. Grayson also conducts factual investigations to uncover systematic wage theft in established and emerging industries across the U.S. Based on the outcome of the investigations, he interviews impacted workers to ascertain the unifying facts and evidence to collectively redress violations of state and federal worker protection laws.
Mr. Grayson received his B.A. from Clark University.
Ruben Green is a Litigation Paralegal and works with attorneys in all of our practice areas. He organizes and maintains case documents for complex litigation and ERISA cases. He also assists in preparing and filing court documents in state and federal courts, conducts factual and legal research, and organizes materials for trial preparation.
Mr. Green has a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania.
Jean Hibray is a Paralegal, and the Office Manager for the Minneapolis office. Jean has worked for Berger Montague since 2016, and has been a paralegal for Shareholder E. Michelle Drake since 2010. She is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Minneapolis office, as well as a paralegal caseload with a focus on Fair Credit Reporting Act and Consumer Protection cases, across multiple jurisdictions.
Jean has an ABA-approved Paralegal Certificate from the Minnesota Paralegal Institute (2010), as well as a B.A. in Political Science-Legal Studies from the University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire (2009).
Jean is currently a member of the firm’s IT Committee, as well as the International Legal Technology Association, a volunteer for Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid, and previously served as a Co-Chair of the Minnesota Paralegal Association’s Consumer Law Section (2015).
Case Intake Analyst
Madeleine Hudak is a Case Intake Analyst for the Firm’s Consumer Protection Department. She conducts interviews with potential clients, identifies class representative candidates, obtains relevant documents, and maintains communication with potential and retained clients. She is further responsible for organizing and maintaining case records, as well as preparing pertinent reports, drafting memos and other written materials to aid attorneys throughout the litigation process. In addition, she conducts legal research and maintains narrative documents compiled through relevant case facts.
Ms. Hudak has experience in a wide range of litigation matters through her work in jury consulting including personal injury, wrongful death, medical malpractice, product liability, contract disputes, automobile/trucking accidents, construction, and labor and employment.
Ms. Hudak holds a B.S. in psychology from Tulane University and is currently pursuing a Master of Legal Studies at Northeastern University.
Deanna Kemler is a Damages Analyst for the Employment and Unpaid Wages Practice Group.
She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology.