Philadelphia-based class action firm Berger & Montague has named its first chairwoman in its 48-year existence, as Sherrie Savett takes over the role from Merrill Davidoff.

Savett, who leads the legal team representing Philadelphia in a high-profile lending bias case against Wells Fargo, officially assumed the leadership position Jan. 1, the firm said in an announcement Wednesday.

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