Founded in 2009, The Noble Law provides forward-thinking trusted employment law counsel and assertive representation on key employment issues to individuals experiencing problems in their employment relationships.
When you choose to work with The Noble Law, you will have a clear understanding of the legal issues, strategies to move forward – either with us, with someone else, or on your own – and the resources it will take to achieve your goals.
The Noble Law advises and represents clients in North Carolina and New York, with offices in Charlotte, Midtown Manhattan and Chapel Hill. Contact us today to learn more.
Introduction to The Noble Law
The employment lawyers who work with The Noble Law have extensive experience in litigation. As a former prosecutor in New York, our founder Laura Noble spent more time in a courtroom than many lawyers experience in a lifetime. Nick J. Sanservino, a partner at our employment law firm, defended Fortune 500 companies in labor and employment matters at some of the country’s largest law firms before joining The Noble Law.
As a small employment law firm, we are nimble and efficient. We pride ourselves on our commitment to advancements in technology and project management principles, and we work to quickly and efficiently meet our clients’ needs — often outpacing our big law firm counterparts.
The Noble Law clients get personal and focused attention because our employment law firm seeks to develop meaningful partnerships with a select group of clients. We do not try to be all things to all clients. With this approach, we are able to provide thorough, prepared and assertive representation of our clients whether in negotiation or litigation. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.
We represent individuals experiencing problems in their employment relationship. These often involve an employee who has suffered sexual harassment, discrimination or retaliation at the workplace, but our services also include a range of other issues such as reviewing and drafting employment contracts or counseling a departing employee. Learn more today.