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  • Louisiana State University Paul M. Hebert Law Center
    JD, DCL, summa cum laude, 2014
    Order of the Coif; Executive Senior Editor, Louisiana Law Review; recipient of the CALI award for highest grade in legal research and writing I and II, employment discrimination, torts, and immigration law; recipient of the Vinson & Elkins Best Student Casenote or Comment Award

  • University of Virginia
    BA, Spanish Linguistics, Foreign Affairs Minor, 2008
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Minia Bremenstul
Associate
201 St. Charles Ave
New Orleans, LA 70170-5100
504.582.8603 tel
504.589.8603 fax

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Minia Bremenstul is an associate in the Labor and Employment Practice Group.

Minia represents companies across various industries in all aspects of labor and employment law, including single-plaintiff, multi-plaintiff, and class and collective action matters. She litigates cases in federal and state courts involving employment discrimination, harassment, and retaliation claims in addition to wage and hour disputes under federal and state wage and hour laws. Minia also defends employers against charges filed with administrative agencies, such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and Louisiana Commission on Human Rights.

Prior to joining the firm, Minia was a law clerk to the Honorable Susie Morgan of the US District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana and was an associate in the labor and employment practice group of an Am Law 50 law firm.

Noteworthy

  • In 2018, Minia and Tracy Kern vigorously defended an agricultural company, uncovering impeachment evidence that directly resulted in a plaintiff voluntarily dismissing his discrimination case with prejudice during his deposition.
  • As a volunteer attorney with the New Orleans Pro Bono Project in 2018, Minia successfully represented a pro bono client in New Orleans Civil District Court with having her son declared deceased after he went missing shortly following Hurricane Katrina.

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  • Louisiana State Bar Association
  • New Orleans Federal Bar Association
  • New Orleans Bar Association
  • UVA Club of New Orleans, Board Member