Teri Mastando is known as one of the top employment law authorities in Alabama. Her broad experience includes handling lawsuits and legal matters involving sexual harassment, illegal discrimination, unpaid wages, wrongful termination, drafting, interpreting, and applying employment-related policies, and conducting employment-related investigations.
Employment Law, Personal Injury and Corporate Disputes
Ms. Mastando has a wide range of legal experience, both as a litigator handling complex trials and appeals involving employment law and personal injury law in both state and federal courts, and working as in house counsel handling litigation management and drafting, revising, and implementing employment-related policies.
The breadth of her experience representing both businesses and individuals in employment law, corporate law, and personal injury law matters provides a unique perspective and the ability to assess and handle a variety of matters for an individual or a company from all possible angles to obtain the best and most cost-effective result for her clients.
Ms. Mastando received her Juris Doctorate from Cumberland School of Law, Samford University in 1994, and a Bachelor of Arts in History from Louisiana State University, cum laude, in 1990. While at Cumberland School of Law, she was a published editor of The Cumberland Law Review, a Cordell Hull Legal Research and Writing Instructor, and a Recipient of a Deans Merit Scholarship.
Bar Admissions and Licenses:
- State of Alabama Bar, admitted September 29, 1994
- U. S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama, admitted August 16, 1995
- Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, admitted January 26, 1998
- United States Supreme Court, admitted November 8, 1999