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Ellen T. Noteware Volunteers at the Philadelphia Bar Association's Expungement Clinic

Posted: December 20, 2016

On November 12, 2016, Senior Counsel Ellen T. Noteware volunteered at an "Expungement Clinic" that benefited hundreds of Philadelphians.

The Philadelphia Bar Association's Young Lawyers Division, in partnership with Rep. John Harris, the City of Philadelphia's Office of the Mayor, Community Legal Services, the Office of the District Attorney of the City of Philadelphia, and the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas held the Clinic. Ms. Noteware, along with other volunteer attorneys, spent several hours of her weekend processing expungement and sealing petitions and handled subsequent hearings for pro bono clients. Read more about the Clinic here.

Since joining Berger & Montague, Ms. Noteware has successfully represented investors, retirement plan participants, employees, consumers, and direct purchasers of prescription drug products in a variety of class action cases. Ms. Noteware currently concentrates her practice on prosecuting antitrust class actions on behalf of direct purchasers of brand name drugs who are harmed when brand companies block cheaper generic competitors from entering the market. Ms. Noteware is also extensively involved in litigation Employee Retirement Income Securities Act ("ERISA") breach of fiduciary duty class action cases.