Ms. Masinter is a litigator in the areas of employment, business, and healthcare, including class action defense. She handles administrative matters with the EEOC and OSHA as well as insurance coverage issues and litigation. Ms. Masinter represents management in injunction proceedings involving Unions, litigates non-compete cases, as well as cases involving state and federal employment laws and regulations. She regularly conducts employer and supervisor training on employment topics such as avoiding discrimination, harassment and retaliation in the work place, the intersection of the ADA and the FMLA and on the hiring, discipline and termination of employees.
Her clients include hotels, hospitals and other healthcare entities, restaurants, retail and industrial employers and public entities. She defends them in various employment matters and counsels and advises them on employer and employee policy and procedure and employee handbook updates and revisions.
Ms. Masinter is a member of the Board of Directors of the International Association of Defense Counsel, an invitee only peer-selected member organization. She is also the Board Liaison to the Diversity and Membership Committees and to the Defense Counsel Journal. She is one of the two Board Members spearheading the 2017 Privacy Project V for the IADC Defense Counsel Journal. As an active member of the New Orleans community, she serves on the Board for NOLA City Bark, the Dog Park located in City Park that she was involved in creating after Katrina, and on the Board for New Orleans Vocal Arts Chorale.