Meet The Team

Meet The Team

Endya Hash


Endya is an Associate Attorney with Katie Lasky Law focusing on corporate advising and commercial litigation. After graduating from LSU Law School Order of the Coif, Endya spent two years working with Stanley, Reuter, Ross, Thornton & Alford where she honed her litigation skills with a practice focused on defending attorneys in malpractice actions and disciplinary hearings. Endya has the ability to quickly understand complex problems; strong research and writing skills; great attention to detail; and is committed to providing her clients with the best possible advice and work product. She is warm and approachable, but a tenacious advocate for her clients.

Endya has many creative interests outside of the law and serves on the Board of Directors for the NOLA Project, an ensemble theatre company in New Orleans and is a founder of Beausoleil Books, an independent book store in downtown Lafayette.

Endya’s Credentials


Paul. M. Hebert Law Center, Louisiana State University, J.D. & Diploma of Comparative Law, Order of the Coif, 2018

Louisiana State University, B.A. Liberal Arts, B.A. Philosophy, summa cum laude, 2015

Bar Admissions



Louisiana State Bar Association
New Orleans Bar Association
Association for Women Attorneys
Louisiana Law Institute, Prescription Committee

Younger Lawyers Division of the New Orleans Chapter of the Federal Bar Association

Honors & Appointments

Corresponding Secretary, Association for Women Attorneys Board of Directors

Women’s Leadership Academy, Loyola University, Member of 2023-2024 Cohort

Board Member, New Orleans Chapter of the Federal Bar Association’s Younger Lawyers Division

Member, 2022-23 Board of Directors for the Younger Lawyers Division of the New Orleans Chapter of the Federal Bar Association

Selected for inclusion in the Super Lawyers® 2023 and 2022 Louisiana Rising Stars® list

Junior Counsel Member of the Louisiana Law Institute, 2019

Member, Board of Directors, The NOLA Project

CALI Aware for Highest Grade: Legal Traditions & Systems; Obligation; Intellectual Property; Patents; Succession, Donations & Trusts; Conflicts of Law

LSU Esprit de Femme Student Leadership Award for making exceptional efforts towards the advancement of women on campus, 2016


Associate Attorney, Stanley, Reuter, Ross, Thornton & Alford 2018-2020

Judicial Intern for Associate Justice John L. Weimer, Louisiana Supreme Court, 2017-2018

Judicial Extern for Judge John W. deGravelles, Middle District of Louisiana, 2016

Obligations Research Assistant for Missy Lonegrass, 2016-2018

Louisiana Law Review, Senior Editor Volume 78


“Bond for Deed in Louisiana: 99 Problems but Being a Sale Ain’t One”

78 La. Law Rev. 1289 (2018)

Alex Aughtry


Alex comes to Katie Lasky Law with an extensive and accomplished litigation background representing privately held businesses, principals, shareholders and trusts in a variety of complex corporate disputes, including litigation involving shareholder oppression, corporate governance and control, fraud, conversion, contractual and fiduciary breaches, stock claw-backs and trust disputes.

Alex has a practical and strategic approach to litigation, which is complemented by her background in social work allowing, her to guide her clients through difficult disputes with compassion and perseverance. Alex also adds to the breadth of our firm’s expertise with her experience representing private and institutional investors against broker-dealers and financial advisors in connection with claims involving mismanagement of investments, contractual and fiduciary breaches, misrepresentations and omissions and other violations of state and federal law.

Alex has experience trying cases in state and federal courts, as well as in arbitration proceedings before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and the American Arbitration Association (AAA).

Alex’s Credentials


Paul. M. Hebert Law Center, Louisiana State University, J.D., cum laude, 2016

Publications Editor, LSU Journal of Energy Law and Resources (2015-2016)

Best Student Comment,  LSU Journal of Energy Law and Resources (2016)

Chancellor’s Scholar (2013-16)

President, American Constitution Society, LSU Student Chapter

Bar Admissions

Admitted to practice in the State of Louisiana, U.S. Fifth Circuit, and U.S. District Courts for the
Eastern, Middle, and Western Districts of Louisiana. Admission to Texas State Bar pending.


New Orleans Federal Bar Association, YLD Board 
Junior Achievement, Young Professionals Board
Publich Investors Advocacy Bar Association 

Honors & Appointments

Outgoing Board Chair, Young Professional’s Board for Junior Achievement of Greater New Orleans (I chaired the board from July 2020-July 2022)

Membership Committee Chair, Younger Lawyer Division of the New Orleans Chapter of the Federal Bar Association (2022-2023)

Member, Board of Directors, Younger Lawyer Division of the New Orleans Chapter of the Federal Bar Association


Reasonover & Berg, LLC

Baldwin Haspel Burke & Mayer, LLC

New Orleans Area Habitat For Humanity

Publications Editor, LSU Journal of Energy Law and Resources (2015-2016)

Best Student Comment,  LSU Journal of Energy Law and Resources (2016)

Chancellor’s Scholar (2013-16)

President, American Constitution Society, LSU Student Chapter


Contributing Editor (2020-2022), treatise on topics including tortious interference, fraud,
defamation, unfair trade practices, securities and antitrust violations, fiduciary breach, civil
conspiracy, RICO, etc.

New Orleans Federal Bar Association, THE ADVOCATE—Contributor (2017-2022), various articles
concerning FBA programs and resources.

Louisiana Association for Justice, THE LOUISIANA ADVOCATE—Contributor (2015-2016), series
of articles on variety of maritime litigation issues.

Stopping the Clock on Coverage: Resolving the Conundrum of LHWCA Maritime Status, 4 LSU
J. ENERGY L. & RESOURCES 143 (2015)—Student comment.

Various presentations and CLEs to in-house counsel and other legal and industry groups, including
but not limited to the National Business Institute, the Association for Corporate Counsel, Women’s
International Shipping and Trading Association, and the Maritime Risk Claims Seminar.

Representative Matters

Froze approximately $5.1 million through federal court injunction, and subsequently recovered those sums through settlement, in action arising out of commercial fraud scheme involving green housing technology.

Obtained federal court injunction freezing accounts of financial adviser, and subsequently recovered approximately $1.2 million in settlement with broker-dealer and investment advisory firm following conversion of personal funds from senior investor.

Obtained judgment of approximately $2.8 million in favor of tech startup against venture capital firm and affiliates for breach of contract and conversion;

Approximately $900,000 settlement in favor of widow in FINRA arbitration against financial adviser and broker dealer improper designation of beneficiary on annuity.

Recovered approximately $445,000 in settlement in a commercial fraud case for misappropriation of assets from a commercial retail development.

Successfully defended claim against widow for approximately $900,000 in life insurance benefits of deceased former spouse; action was dismissed with prejudice on preliminary exceptions.

Stacey Marquez


Stacey is our Paralegal with over 20 years of experience in the legal field and law enforcement. After graduating from the Police Academy in 2004, Stacey went on to obtain her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in criminal justice and worked for a rural prosecutor’s office as an investigator, paralegal, victim assistance coordinator, and office administrator before working with several civil litigation firms.

Stacey’s experience with diverse populations has given her patience and empathy for those confronted with uncertain situations. Stacey is committed to using her tenacity to assist in developing strong cases for the clients of Katie Lasky Law.

Stacey’s Credentials


2004 – Odessa College Law Enforcement Academy
2009 – University of Texas at the Permian Basin, BS Criminal Justice
2021 – Wayland Baptist University, MA Criminal Justice


106th Judicial District Attorney’s Office 2017-2022
Law Office of Bonnie C. Ericson 2014-2017


Texas State Bar Association – Paralegal Division 

Honors & Appointments

Texas State Bar Association – Paralegal Division – Past Director of District 11

Stephanie Blue

Firm Administrator

Our Firm Administrator, Stephanie Blue, has over a decade of professional human resources and law firm management experience. She began her career in the legal field as the Assistant to the Executive and Human Resources Directors for a large regional law firm and was quickly promoted to Administrative Coordinator responsible for day-to-day firm operations. She then became the Firm Administrator for a personal injury firm where she facilitated the consolidation of operations after the merger of two separate firms as well as the opening of an out of state office. 

Stephanie assists the firm’s team members as well as clients as the liaison for the firm’s office services, human resources, information systems, accounting, and marketing departments. 

Stephanie’s passion and commitment to excellence are evident in everything she does and she lives by the credo: “Your passion is for you and your purpose is for others, when you use your passion in the service of others, it becomes a purpose.” When she is not working, Stephanie enjoys spending time with her family, reading, mentoring youth, volunteering, watching the Young and the Restless, home interior design and tackling DIY home improvement projects.