The Noble Law Firm

The Noble Law Firm

Noble Law. Protecting Employees From SEXUAL HARASSMENT.

Firm Overview

The Noble Law Firm provides clarity at work. Founded in 2009, The Noble Law Firm provides forward-thinking trusted employment law counsel and assertive representation.

When you choose to work with The Noble Law Firm, you will have a clear vision of what the core issues are, how we plan to address them and how much resources it will take to do so. The Noble Law Firm serves individuals and companies in Charlotte and the Triangle region of North Carolina including Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill.

NORTH CAROLINA'S FORWARD THINKING LAW FIRM

The employment lawyers who work with The Noble Law Firm have extensive experience in litigation. As a small firm, we are nimble and efficient. With a commitment to advancements in technology and project management principles, Noble Law works to quickly and efficiently meet our clients' needs, often outpacing our big law counterparts.

WE FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHTS

Many of our clients come to us because they've had a particularly troubling experience at work unlike any they've had before. Some workplace behaviors are so outside the norm that they have been prohibited by law. We work with clients who have experienced discrimination, sexual harassment, retaliation, denial of fair or promised compensation, denial of reasonable accommodations or family and medical leave, or wrongful termination. For these clients, we provide clarity on the facts and law and a comprehensive plan for resolution of the problem.

The Noble Law Firm offers employment consultations and legal advice at our offices in Chapel Hill and Charlotte. We are able to service clients throughout the state of North Carolina through videoconferencing and other means.
To set up a consultation, call us at (919) 251-6008 (Chapel Hill) or (704) 331-6500 (Charlotte).
Main Office
Main Office
141 Providence Rd., Ste. 210
Chapel Hill  NC  27514
Phone
  • (919) 724-9000
Websites

Laura Noble

With over 20 years of diverse legal experience including civil litigation, negotiation, counseling and consulting, Laura's passion is to offer clients personal and powerful representation on employment law issues. The Noble Law Firm provides clarity at work through forward-thinking, trusted employment law counsel and assertive representation on key employment issues. The firm works with individuals experiencing problems in their employment relationship and companies wishing to minimize litigation risk. She founded Noble Law on the principle that an agile, efficient, and transparent specialized firm could outpace "big law" competitors.

Laura developed this conviction from her own legal background and experiences. After graduating from the University of Maryland, she moved to New York City and worked as a prosecutor in one of the largest and most challenging District Attorney's offices in the county. Laura then worked with a sizable civil litigation firm in Manhattan before moving to a nonprofit in a general counsel and advocacy role.

Although all of these experiences were valuable and informed her work, her true dream was to start her own firm. Laura began The Noble Law Firm in 2009 with the goal of providing exceptional employment law representation to individuals and companies. Her clients know that she genuinely cares about them and will work diligently to achieve the best possible outcomes on their behalf. Laura is a seasoned litigator and enjoys the excitement of this work as well as the satisfaction that comes from providing exceptional representation to her clients.

Call 919-251-6008 to speak with a trust Employment Law attorney.

Nicholas Sanservino, Jr.

Having practiced employment law for more than 15 years, Nick brings a unique and invaluable skill-set to The Noble Law Firm. Prior to joining the Firm in 2010, Nick practiced at Proskauer Rose LLP and Jones Day, two of the nation's largest and most respected management-side law firms. While at these firms, Nick successfully represented Fortune 500 companies in almost every conceivable employment situation, including in federal and state courts throughout the United States; high-stakes labor arbitrations; and administrative proceedings before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Department of Labor and the National Labor Relations Board. Nick also became well-versed in handling appeals, particularly at the federal appellate level.

Due to his extensive management-side experience, Nick is familiar with and can anticipate the practical and legal strategies companies employ in litigation. Consequently, since joining The Noble Law Firm, Nick has successfully and efficiently represented numerous Firm clients at the pre-litigation and litigation phases of employment disputes. In addition to handling many of the Firm's larger litigation cases, Nick's broad knowledge of North Carolina non-competition law often leads him to represent clients in disputes involving non-compete and similar agreements.

Bert Miano

Bert is a seasoned and talented litigator with more than 20 years of trial experience representing businesses and individuals in all types of complex and class litigation. He joined the firm as an Attorney in June 2017. Following a federal judicial clerkship, Bert's practice began with a large national management-side firm, where he worked in all areas of labor and employment law, including counseling and litigation involving age, sex and race-based discrimination, sexual harassment, wage & hour, non-compete agreements, and executive compensation.

Since 2005, Bert has managed a boutique litigation firm specializing in representing plaintiffs in employment and consumer fraud cases, both individual and class actions. He has tried, arbitrated or mediated dozens of cases to conclusion, argued successfully before the Supreme Court of Alabama, and handled successful appeals before the Eleventh and Ninth Circuit Courts of Appeal, as well as state appellate courts in Alabama and California. He is a member of the State Bars of North Carolina, California and Alabama, and has held the AV-rating from Martindale Hubbell for more than 14 years. Before going to law school in Birmingham, Alabama, Bert earned a BLS in English Literature and honed his writing skills during stints as a political speechwriter in Washington, DC and as a reporter and business editor at Mississippi's largest weekly newspaper. While at law school, Bert served as Editor-in- Chief of the American Journal of Trial Advocacy.

Jennifer L. Bills

Jennifer L. Bills has been litigating on behalf of employees and individuals for over 16 years, and joined the firm Of Counsel in 2017. She is a strong advocate for those standing up to powerful bullies, and was recognized as a Rising Star while practicing in Boston, MA.

Jennifer grew up in Greensboro and left the South to attend Haverford College and Northeastern University School of Law. Upon graduation, she clerked for U.S. District Court Judge Gene Carter in Portland, Maine. Jennifer worked for several nonprofit organizations and two small Boston law firms practicing civil rights and employment law before coming home to North Carolina in 2008.

Jennifer has extensively litigated in federal and state courts, as well as administrative proceedings. As a Senior Attorney at Disability Rights NC, she worked for nine years to protect the rights of people with disabilities under the ADA. Jennifer teaches Disability Law as an Adjunct Professor of Law at UNC-Chapel Hill. She frequently lectures and teaches CLE courses on topics including Employment Law: ADA and FLMA, Medicaid Appeals, Restoration of Competency, and Ethical Issues for Clients with Diminished Capacity.
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