NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Noble Law, a leading plaintiff employment law firm with offices in New York, Raleigh and Charlotte has announced the hiring of Partner Cathryn Harris-Marchesi to lead the firm’s New York practice.
Cathryn brings extensive experience in litigation practice and mediation in fair housing and civil rights matters to the firm. Having worked as Senior Associate with the Law Offices of Frederick K. Brewington for over a decade, she brings a strong commitment to leveling the field for women and marginalized groups on an international level.
She has been a member of the New York Bar since 2006 and has argued before the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, U.S. District, and State Supreme Court. She currently acts as Secretary on the Executive Board of the Women’s Intercultural Network, a group which focuses on including women in leadership roles both within the United States and internationally. She is also a member of the Commission on Status of Women in New York, and she continues to act as a delegate to the United Nations, focusing on issues related to women, children, and gender.
“We are thrilled to have Cathryn join our New York team. Her commitment to civil rights and women's issues span her extensive career,” said Laura Noble, Managing Partner of The Noble Law. “Cathryn adds additional depth to our deep bench for clients with workplace issues in breach of contract, sexual harassment and discrimination. Her experience in class action litigation also gives The Noble Law additional capabilities in financial services, pharma and other key industries in the New York footprint.”
Cathryn plans to apply her experience in litigation, mediation, and negation to assist both C-suite and marginalized individuals navigate through their most challenging workplace disputes.
“My decision to join The Noble Law was based on the firm's strong leadership and genuine commitment to helping individuals with employment issues. I am thrilled to work with a group of talented attorneys who are exceptional in their field of law and equally dedicated support staff. The Noble Law team not only cares about their client’s legal issues, but about the communities in which the live and serve.”
Cathryn can be reached in the New York office at office at (212) 662-6500. She is available immediately for consultations or executive strategy conferences at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About The Noble Law Firm:
The Noble Law is a recognized leader in employment law with offices in New York, Raleigh and Charlotte. Leveling the playing field daily, we work to deliver outcomes with integrity and empathy for the client’s journey. Our success is measured by delivering positive impacts for our clients and serving as a catalyst for changes in employment law and society as a whole. For more information, visit: http://www.thenoblelaw.com