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Nick Sanservino, Partner
Charlotte is the largest city in North Carolina and one of the fastest growing major cities in America. Charlotte is also home to nine Fortune 500 companies. Charlotte ranks second only to New York for large banking centers in the U.S., and is home to the Bank of America headquarters as well as the east coast operations of Wells Fargo following the merger with Wachovia. The Greater Charlotte area has over one million residents that live and work in the community.
Located in the historic Dilworth district, The Noble Law Charlotte office represents our firm’s commitment to advising and representing employees of some of the state’s largest and most influential employers. Just minutes from Charlotte City Center, the Charlotte Office offers a more calming experience with easy access and free parking in the historic district.
Our Charlotte presence recognizes the rapid economic growth that is making North Carolina an even more attractive place to do business. Our employment law firm’s partners are frequent speakers on topics surrounding creating and maintaining a competitive and equitable workplace that is compliant with state and federal employment laws. The Noble Law has represented employees from Fortune 500 companies as well as small to mid-size companies in a wide-range of executive compensation negotiations, severance agreements, non-compete, and workplace discrimination cases.
From its inception, the Noble Law has been a determined advocate for fairness in the workplace. We believe that workplace discrimination, wrongful termination, retaliation against whistleblowers, compensation disparity, and unfair severance agreements are patently damaging to employers and employees alike.
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