The Noble Law is a recognized leader in employment law with offices in New York, Raleigh, and Charlotte. Our goal is to level the playing field for employees. We work to deliver outcomes with integrity and empathy for the client’s journey.
Having practiced employment law for over 20 years, Nick brings unique and invaluable experience to Noble Law. Before joining the Firm in 2010, Nick practiced at Proskauer Rose LLP (in New York City) and Jones Day (in Washington D.C.), two of the nation’s largest and most respected management-side law firms. While at these firms, Nick successfully represented Fortune 500 companies, sports leagues/teams and entertainment entities 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, Department of Labor and 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 Noble Law, Nick has successfully and efficiently represented numerous Firm clients at the pre-litigation and litigation phases of employment disputes. Due to the high-profile nature of some of his work, Nick’s cases have been covered by the press.
Nick’s “bulldog” reputation in litigation can be traced to his Italian heritage and northern New Jersey roots. In addition to handling many of the Firm’s larger litigations, Nick has created a niche practice of representing C-suite and other upper-level executives in employment contract and complex compensation disputes.
Based upon his accomplishments, Nick was selected as a 2021 North Carolina Super Lawyer in Employment Law.
In his free time, Nick is an avid Tar Heel fan, fitness fanatic, super-fan of the band Iron Maiden and frequent visitor to his favorite vacation spots, Coronado and Disney World.
Press for Nicholas Sanservino:
|DC||Administratively Suspended - Non-Payment of Dues||2003||02/07/2021|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Partner||The Noble Law Firm||2010 - Present|
|Associate||Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.||2006 - 2009|
|Associate||Jones Day||2002 - 2006|
|Associate||Proskauer Rose LLP||1999 - 2002|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|North Carolina Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|Noble Law Blog||Why Systemic Change Is Needed In North Carolina Concerning Sexual Harassment Law||2018|
|Employment Law Strategist||How To Avoid Rule 23 "Commonality" In Class Action Employment Litigation||2006|
|HR Magazine||Holding Employees' Native Tongues: English-Only Rules In The Workplace||2000|
|Georgetown University Law Center||Doctorate of Law||1999|
|University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1996|
|Small Firm & Technology CLE||Baker's Dozen: 13 Areas of Employment Law||2019|
|Gupta v. Eli Global, LLC, 2019 NCBC 39 (N.C. Business Court 2019)||See Opinion|
|Carter v. Saint Augustine's University, 262 N.C. App. 507 (N.C. Ct. of Appeals 2018)||See Opinion|
|Gibson v. Fluor Daniel Servs. Corp., 281 Fed. Appx. 177 (4th Cir. 2008)||See Opinion|
|Local 827, IBEW v. Verizon New Jersey, Inc., 458 F.3d 305 (3d Cir. 2006)||See Opinion|
|Hay Group Inc. v. EBS Acquisition Corp., 360 F.3d 404 (3d Cir. 2004)||See Opinion|
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