Leadership and Legal Services: Running an Employment Law Firm

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This month, Laura Noble and executive coach, Karen Tax, explore what what leadership looks like in an employment law firm. When she passed the North Carolina Bar exam in 2008, Laura Noble had no intention of starting her own employment law firm. Having left the workforce to raise three children, Laura returned to a job market that was unwilling to employ her. Seven years as a full-time mother did not serve her legal career’s cohesive narrative, creating what other firms …
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Symptoms, Stigmas, and Solutions: Menopause in the Workplace

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Menopause is an uncomfortable topic for many, particularly in the workplace. In a society that disproportionately condemns signs of aging in women, it can be difficult to acknowledge the onset of menopause to oneself, let alone supervisors or coworkers. Moreover, when a woman’s merits as an employee are directly linked to her experience and seniority, this pressure to maintain her youth seemingly contradicts the requirements she needs to continue advancing in her career. In this month’s episode of Worksights, Laura …
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Allegations, Authority, and Accountability: The Investigation and Resignation of Governor Cuomo

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The Noble Law is thrilled to share the first episode of our employment law podcast, Workplace in Progress. Through this podcast series, Managing Partner, Laura Noble, will discuss laws surrounding employment, their effects, and where change is needed with insightful guests who are knowledgeable in law and specific industries of employment. In our pilot episode, Laura meets with Emily Martin, Vice President for Education and Workplace Justice at the National Women’s Law Center, to discuss the investigation and subsequent resignation …
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