The Noble Law represents dismissed St. Aug’s employees, including track coach George Williams, in lawsuit

The Noble Law’s own Nicholas Sanservino is representing four former St. Augustine employees in a lawsuit against St. Augustine University (SAU). One of these employees includes legendary track coach George Williams, who is a 1965 graduate of the university. Since graduation, Williams has coached his alma mater for 43 seasons, winning 39 NCAA Division II championships. In 2004, Coach Williams proceeded to coach the U.S. Olympic Track & Field team. As a leader in the Track & Field community he …
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Laura Noble Interviewed on CBS 17 About the Supreme Courts LGBTQ Labor Rights Decision

During the middle of Pride month, the Supreme Court issued its landmark decision on LBGTQ labor rights. In this decision, the court declared that discrimination against sexual orientation is illegal, as is is discrimination on the “basis of sex”, which is covered in Title XII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Laura Noble takes a few minutes to discuss what this means for North Carolina with CBS 17. Transcript: CBS 17 News, June 15 Nationwide, more than 11 million …
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Laura Noble Interviewed on ABC11 About the Supreme Courts LGBTQ Labor Rights Decision

On June 15th, 2020 the Supreme Court released a ruling in its landmark LGBTQ Labor Rights, barring discrimination against those for their sexual orientation, as it is discrimination on the “basis of sex”. This provides clarity from lower court rulings, and their interpretations of Title XII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Laura Noble takes a few minutes to discuss what this means for North Carolina with ABC11. Transcript: ABC 11 News, June 15 Tonight, a landmark ruling protecting …
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Laura Noble Interviewed on WRAL News About the Supreme Courts LGBTQ Labor Rights Decision

On June 15th, 2020 the Supreme Court released its monumental opinion to uphold LGBTQ labor rights. In a 6-3 decision, the Justices upheld that discrimination on sexual orientation is illegal through Title XII of the Civil Rights Amendment of 1964, as it is discrimination on the “basis of sex”. This decision is a particularly satisfying win for the North Carolina LGBTQ community.  North Carolina is among the minority of states that does not have a state law prohibiting any form of discrimination and harassment in the …
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The Noble Response to SCOTUS Decision on LGBTQ Labor Protections

Written By: Dakota Harbison (he, him, his) and Laura Noble (she, her, hers) Whether you are an activist, ally, attorney, or member of the LGBTQ community, it is likely you feel the same exuberance and agony from the last seven years. The moments of overwhelming joy from the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold marriage equality in 2015, to the frustration of executive orders allowing for the discrimination of the LGBTQ community in health care settings in 2020. These changes have left us all with whiplash as we see protections appear and disappear, making progress slow.  Now, …
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Laura Noble Interviewed on WRAL News About The Families First Coronavirus Response Act

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As unemployment claims spike in North Carolina and across the country, workers are looking to the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) to provide relief. The act goes into effect on April 1st, and our founder Laura Noble appeared on WRAL News to talk about how the act may impact employees and employers — particularly its impact on small business owners.  As this crisis continues, our Noble Law COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Task Force will continue to provide our North Carolina and …
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Implications of Families First Coronavirus Response Act – Laura Noble Interview on ABC 11 News

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As unemployment claims spike in North Carolina and across the country, workers are looking to the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) to provide relief. The act goes into effect on April 1 and our founder Laura Noble spoke with ABC 11 Eyewitness News about how the act may impact employees and employers. As this crisis continues, our Noble Law COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Task Force will continue to provide our North Carolina and New York communities with coronavirus employment law resources.  …
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Noble Law COVID-19 Task Force – Employee FAQ

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The information provided within this FAQ does not constitute legal advice.  Employment law is complicated and appropriate legal assessment and advice can only be given based on knowledge of your specific facts and taking into account the rapidly evolving legal landscape. We strongly recommend before acting on the above you consult with an employment attorney. Last updated: March 20, 2020 Employee Leave Can my employer force me to use PTO if I have to stay home due to symptoms of …
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Laura Noble Recognized As Super Lawyer 4 Years Running

No more than five percent of practicing attorneys in each state can be awarded to the title Super Lawyer each year, and our founder, Laura Noble, has been on the list for the past four years, 2017-2020. You can find her Super Lawyer profile here. Noble represents employees in employment law matters involving qui tam claims, sexual harassment claims, wage and hour violations, and whistleblower actions. With more than 20 years of diverse legal experience, it’s no wonder that Noble …
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Laura Noble on Internationally Televised Panel for Harvey Weinstein Verdict, Sexual Assault and Harassment (CBC News)

I want to circle back quickly to this idea of overreach. This is a myth that seems to continue to be perpetuated by people in this space who maybe don’t have access to the data on this. . . False accusations are in the 1-2% range versus the enormous amount of underreporting that still happens.” Attorney Laura Noble on Canadian Broadcast Corporation – CBC News On February 25th, attorney Laura Noble spoke on CBC News Network, answering viewer questions about …
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