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Summary: The Noble Law Firm of North Carolina handles employment and labor law with updates on events and advice through blog posts.
Noble Law Firm is a boutique Labor and Employment Law Firm located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina since 2009. The firm prides itself on being forward-thinking and assertive to provide their clients the best outcome in their employment matters. Laura Noble, a former prosecutor in New York, has spent more time in a courtroom than many lawyers will in their lifetime. Nick J. Sanservino worked with Fortune 500 companies on labor and employment matters before joining the firm.
The blog covers events that the firm attends as well as related topics in the labor and employment law. The latest post “Laura Noble Featured Panelist on Employment Law Technology Roundtable,” simply gives the location of the roundtable and a brief description of what will be covered at it.
Other posts such as “Business NC Magazine Has Recognized Laura Noble of The Noble Law Firm Among the State’s Legal Elite Three Years Running from 2014-2016” highlight the capabilities and strengths of the firm’s lawyers, especially Laura Noble. The post explains how the participants are chosen and voted upon in North Carolina.
The “When is a good time to get sued?” post gives valuable advice for employers to protect themselves from unnecessary litigation. Employers need to understand the law so that they don’t make mistakes that can cost them in the end with either a lawsuit or even just lower morale from the employees.
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