Ms. Young previously practiced law as a litigation partner at Ross Feller Casey LLP, where she worked coordinating bankruptcy proceedings in tort. She now joins Montague Shepherd The Consumer Protection and Mass Crime practice groups, where she will focus on complex consumer disputes, mass crimes and personal injury. Ms. Young graduated with honors from Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of law and also graduated with honors from George Washington University.
During her career, Ms. Young has established herself as a dedicated and steadfast advocate for women nationwide, including women diagnosed with breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL). A pioneer in this field, Ms. Young will continue her work to seek justice for BIA-ALCL survivors in courts across the country. His stellar advocacy previously led to his appointment to serve on the MDL 2921 Complainants Steering Committee in the Allergan’s BIOCELL Textured Breast Implant Product Liability Litigation through United States District Court of the District of New Jersey, and she will now join Shanon Carson, managing shareholder of Berger Montague, who is appointed lead co-counsel in the Allergan MDL litigation.
Montague Shepherd President Eric L. Cramer Commented on the hiring of Ms. Young, “We are delighted to be able to attract a talented lawyer from Dena to join us, further strengthening our successful and growing practice in consumer protection, tort and personal injury. We look forward to Dena’s leadership in our firm and cases as we develop these practice areas. Our clients hire us and cases are referred here, partly because of our reputation and our resources, but mostly because of the people who work there. Our team embodies excellence and is a key competitive advantage for our firm. We strive to attract and develop the most talented, bright, ethical and passionate people to fight for our clients, and Dena fits perfectly into our culture.
Montague Shepherd is a national plaintiffs law firm headquartered in Philadelphia cream with additional offices at Minneapolis, San Diego, and Washington DC Montague Shepherd argues complex civil cases and class actions in federal and state courts across the United States. Since 1970, the firm has pioneered the use of class actions in America and has recovered much more $ 36 billion for his clients and the members of the group he has represented.
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