Lot numbers appear on both individual vials and the Bravelle box, and begin with alpha numeric codes such as L1, K1 or H1.


The packaging and/or vials.

Proof of purchase between March 2014 and October 2015.


Any documented evidence of your out-of-pocket expenses, such as receipts or bank statements that may highlight the drug.

Any documents concerning your treatments / procedures.


Any documents concerning your fertility treatments and medical procedures for which Bravelle was prescribed, including all documents evidencing your out-of-pocket expenses.

Where the Litigation Stands:

In June 2020, the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas issued an Order creating a mass tort program for the Glen Mills cases so that all abuse claims for personal injuries on an individual basis can proceed before Judge Arnold L. New, an experienced Philadelphia judge. This matter is captioned: In re: The Glen Mills Schools Litigation, Dkt. No. 900 (Phila. Court of Common Pleas). Subsequently, Judge New appointed Berger Montague PC as one of the two Co-Liaison Counsel in the Glen Mills Mass Tort Program.

Approximately 3,500 former students have now retained counsel and intend, if possible, to participate in the Glen Mills Mass Tort Program in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas. Consequently, Berger Montague PC's original clients who filed the class action voluntarily dismissed that lawsuit so that they could refile their claims on an individual basis in the Glen Mills Mass Tort Program. As a result, Berger Montague PC is no longer continuing the class action in federal court. It is the firm's intent to represent the clients who have retained them individually in cases for their personal injuries in the Glen Mills Mass Tort Program, to the extent possible and allowable by law.

Shanon J. Carson, a managing shareholder of Berger Montague PC, has been named Co-Liaison Counsel. David Rudovsky of Kairys, Rudovsky, Messing, Feinberg & Lin LLP and Joseph G. Sauder of Sauder Schelkopf LLC serve as co-counsel to Berger Montague.

Berger Montague urges former Glen Mills students who experienced abuse while a student at The Glen Mills Schools to contact Shanon J. Carson at (215) 875-4656 or scarson@bm.net, or fill out the contact form on this page.

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Glen Mills has been forced to shut down after the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services revoked the school's licenses to operate as a result of the abuse that was uncovered. The Pennsylvania Auditor General issued a report finding that Glen Mills' administrations and staff failed to protect the students in their charge and to comply with child abuse laws.

File a claim against The Glen Mills Schools or report abuse:

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(215) 925-4400 


Kairys, Rudovsky, Messing, Feinberg & Lin, Llc
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Philadelphia, PA 19106

David Rudovsky, Esq. 

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Berger Montague PC
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Joseph G. Sauder, Esq.


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The Glen Mills Schools Litigation

Case Caption: In re: The Glen Mills Schools Litigation, Dkt. No. 900 (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas)

The Glen Mills Schools is the oldest U.S. reform school and residential program for court-ordered boys, located in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. For decades, students who were placed in the care of The Glen Mills Schools suffered rampant, horrific abuse and maltreatment at the hands of those entrusted with its care and supervision. The School fostered a culture of fear, violence and intimidation which it concealed from the outside world. On March 27, 2019, Berger Montague PC filed the first class action lawsuit in federal court on behalf of former students alleging abuse against Glen Mills. The lawsuit was filed in the wake of an investigation by the Philadelphia Inquirer that revealed decades of child abuse and a culture of violence and secrecy.

Berger Montague PC has since been retained by over 800 former students alleging physical, emotional, and sexual abuse at Glen Mills.

Jeffrey L. Osterwise, Esq.


(215) 875-4642


Berger Montague PC
1818 Market Street, Suite 3600 Philadelphia, PA 19103