Laura Noble discusses sexual harassment in small businesses with Triangle Business Journal

April 2, 2018 In the Triangle Business Journal’s March 30 cover story, “Sexual harassment in the workplace: Where numbers don’t tell the story,” The Noble Law Firm’s Managing Partner Laura Noble discusses the challenges of fighting sexual harassment in small businesses with reporter Jennifer Henderson. Despite the growing attention around sexual harassment, the number of charges alleging sexual harassment nationally […]

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Laura Noble offers advice about preventing workplace discrimination at HERWorld18

Laura Noble, managing partner of The Noble Law Firm, has devoted her practice to helping create equitable and safe workplaces for all employees. She not only represents employees, but she also works with companies to put proactive policies in place to combat discriminatory behavior. On March 8, Laura participated in a panel discussion at PinkPetro’s HERWorld 2018 Energy Forum, where […]

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Laura Noble participates in panel discussion at PinkPetro’s HERWorld 2018 Energy Forum

  In the digital age, a single social media post holds the power to make or break a brand. In a world where #MeToo and #TimesUp are buzzwords, discussions around awareness and prevention of sexual harassment and gender discrimination in the workplace are not only prudent, but necessary. On International Women’s Day, The Noble Law Firm’s Managing Partner Laura Noble joined […]

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Laura Noble discusses mandatory arbitration and its effects on employment law

NC Lawyers Weekly March 15, 2018 In the article, “Under scrutiny: Arbitration clauses at the office,” NC Lawyers Weekly’s David Donovan discusses mandatory arbitration of sexual harassment claims with The Noble Law Firm founder and employment attorney Laura Noble. “There was a widespread recognition that we need to do more to ensure that sexual harassment is rooted out in the […]

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ABA Tech Show

Why we are going to the ABA Tech Conference in Chicago Today’s law firm clients are smart, fast-moving and tech savvy. They have an unprecedented amount of information at their fingertips and often come to law firms armed with their own legal research and case strategies.   Clients not only expect an attorney with outstanding legal skills, they expect a superb […]

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Laura Noble honored at Charlotte’s Legal Elite Reception

              For the fourth consecutive year, Laura Noble was named Business North Carolina Legal Elite.  Last week, the publication held an elegant reception at the Mint Museum in Charlotte to honor this year’s winners.  The recognition as 2017 Legal Elite in Employment Law is especially rewarding as The Noble Law Firm has been expanding into […]

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Laura Noble Named 2017 Super Lawyer

Laura Noble has earned 2017 Super Lawyer by SuperLawyers.com! The selection process is extremely rigorous with only 5% of lawyers who are nominated by their peers earning the title. Ms. Noble has been fighting hard for her clients for over 20 years and is thrilled to be recognized for her success. You can learn more about the Super Lawyers selection process […]

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2016 – A Year in Review

At the end of each year, I take the time to reflect on our service to the community and how we help move North Carolina forward for employees and businesses. I am truly grateful for the trust placed in us by our clients. Countless times over the year we offered advice and counsel to help our clients navigate the often […]

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Executive Order

I applaud Governor McCrory’s executive order urging legislators to correct the part of HB2 that eliminated access to state courts for employees fired for discriminatory reasons. The Governor’s statement is reassuring to both employees and employers that this is a state that values equal employment opportunities in the workplace. I look forward to legislation by the General Assembly that ensures […]

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Ways That Federal Anti-Discriminations Differ From the State Law That was Available to North Carolinians Until the Passage of HB2

In response to some confusion about the impact of the HB2, we offer the following table to help illustrate some ways that the Federal anti-discrimination laws differ from the state law that was available to North Carolinians until the passage of HB2. Please see the previous blog at http://thenoblelaw.com/hb2-north-carolina-protects-employers-discriminate/ for more information about how the HB2 eliminates any state law protection […]

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