Author Archives: Dakota Harbison

Laura Noble Comments On Nikole Hannah-Jones’ UNC Tenure Fight

  WRAL News at 11 PM Est Lena: Thanks Mark, a possible legal battle is brewing over a UNC hiring decision. Lawyers for Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones requested lawmakers hold onto all documents related to her hiring it’s the latest development in the tenure decision debate. WRAL’s Julian Grace joins us live in Chapel Hill with reaction to today’s letter, Julian. Julian: Lena the university was very specific, and a lot of people were constantly constantly talking about …
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Can Your Employer Fire You for Social Media Posts?

The Noble Law’s Managing Partner appears on WRAL to discuss what rights employers’ and employees’ have on personal speech in and out of the workplace.
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What medical protections do I have in the workplace?

Read our blog to find out what medical protections you have in the workplace regarding privacy, time off, and accommodations.
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Changes to New York State Paid Leave Policies

The Noble Law’s New York based Partner, Cathryn Harris-Marchesi, details changes to New York paid leave laws regarding safe and sick leave.
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NC-NELA Response to Proposed Independent Contractor Classification Changes

The North Carolina section of the National Employment Lawyers Association comment on proposed changed to independent contractor classification.
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Impact Spotlight Series, Part 1

The news of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s passing weighted heavily on our office this past September. In honor, we are publishing a multi-part series on her accomplishments for women.
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The Department of Labor’s Proposed Changes to Independent Contractor Status – What You Need To Know

The Noble Law’s own Laura Noble speaks with Monica Laliberte from WRAL on why the Department of Labor should not adopt new Independent Contractor classification language.
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U.S. Department of Labor Proposes Change to Independent Contractor Classification

Noble Law attorneys Laura Noble, and Evan Dancy discuss the proposed changes to language regarding independent contractors in the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
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Black Lives Matter.

Black Lives Matter

The Noble Law’s statement in light of recent events.   [pdf-embedder url=”https://thenoblelaw.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/BLM-Statement.pdf” title=”BLM Statement”]

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Celebrating Labor Day and the History of the Labor Movement

The Noble Law celebrates Labor Day and worker achievements throughout American history.
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