The presentation will inform participants about the latest employee law developments, provide an introduction to a number of employment laws and explore new ideas on keeping the employee handbook current and tracking policy updates given to employees.
“Education is paramount,” said Chambers. “A presentation such as this will ensure local businesses are well-informed and correctly enforcing in their efforts to lawfully run their companies.”
The background that led Laura Noble to a niche practice, focused exclusively on employment law, isn’t typical. After graduating from the University of Vermont with a B.A. in Political Science and then attending the University of Maryland School of Law, Laura moved to New York and worked as a prosecutor in one of the largest and most challenging District Attorney’s offices in the country. Laura then spent eleven months with a “big law” civil litigation firm in Manhattan before becoming Deputy Director for Advocacy and Legal Services at Covenant House in New York.
Laura landed in North Carolina and began her boutique employment law practice, The Noble Law Firm, in 2009. Laura’
Offering forward-thinking and assertive representation, Noble Law provides clients personal and focused attention because of its deliberative intent to have a selective caseload. Noble Law offers clients a clear vision of expected results and achieves those results with high efficiency and transparency. The firm is able to do this because it partners with its clients, persists to overcome challenges, and constantly seeks to learn and improve. The firm is also dedicated to giving back to the community. From winning her law school’s public service award back in the 90’s, to today’s work with legal services, Laura’s firm executes on its commitment to improving access to legal services in North Carolina.
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