Megan Amland

Legal Project Analyst

Megan works in the Minneapolis office as a Legal Project Analyst with the consumer department. Megan has over 5 years of customer service experience and has worked with county and state courts and clerks to obtain probate case information throughout the various stages of a case. Megan graduated from University of Minnesota Twin Cities with […]

Colleen Barnes


Colleen is a Paralegal in the Philadelphia office. In the past, she has worked on complex litigation matters, primarily focusing on class actions and mass torts.

Colleen received her A.A. from the Community College of Philadelphia.

Max Brandy


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. 

Rachel Brooks

Legal Project Analyst

Rachel Brooks is a Legal Project Analyst in the Minneapolis office. She manages inquiries from potential clients regarding different class action lawsuits and investigations. She is responsible for communicating, interviewing, and monitoring relations with potential clients, as well as following up with potential clients to obtain relevant documents.

Rachel received her B.A. from St. Olaf College.

Caroline Choe


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.

Carly Coons

Legal Project Analyst

Carly Coons is a Legal Project Analyst for the firm’s Employment Wage and Hour Department in the Minneapolis Office. Ms. Coons received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and English from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities.

Amy Ding

Legal Project Analyst

Amy Ding is a Legal Project Analyst for the firm’s Employment Wage and Hour Department in the Philadelphia office. She manages inquiries from potential clients regarding different class action cases. She is responsible for communicating with clients to obtain relevant documents on potential claims.

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.

Jocelyn Fena

FCRA Client Relations Specialist

Jocelyn Fena serves as a Legal Assistant and one of Firm’s Case Intake Analyst. Ms. Sarvady has worked out of Berger Montague’s growing Minneapolis, MN office since May 2018. Her day-to-day responsibilities include managing and filing Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) Individual cases, researching new FCRA cases based on consumer leads, and updating clients on the status of their case. Ms. Fena graduated with her B.A. from St. Olaf College.

David Filbert

Paralegal Liaison

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 Paralegals.

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.

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