Robert J. Nobile is a partner specializing in labor and employment law with the New York office of Seyfarth Shaw. He holds a B.A. from Adelphi University, an M.S. from Long Island University and a J.D. from St. Johns University School of Law.
Mr. Nobile is in the International Whos Who of Business Lawyers, a publication identifying him as one of the leaders in the field of management labor and employment law. Mr. Nobile was nominated for this publication by law firm clients and labor and employment lawyers from around the world. He has also been ranked as a leading expert in employment law in The Legal 500 US Volume IV: Real Estate, Employment, Labor and Tax (2007). Mr. Nobile is also a fellow in the College of Labor and Employment. He was rated in the top five percent of attorneys in New York State by New York Super Lawyers.
Prior to commencing the practice of law 25 years ago, Mr. Nobile spent 10 years working in the human resources field, in such positions as corporate director of personnel and chief human resources officer for the American Bank Note Company; director of personnel/labor relations for Mego International, Inc.; and as compensation analyst for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
Mr. Nobile is also an assistant professor in the Graduate Management Studies program at St. Josephs College, an adjunct professor at Cornell University and has taught at the St. Johns University School of Law. Courses he teaches include Legal Aspects of Business, Employment Law, Policy and Procedure, Employee Handbook Development, EEO and The Law, Employment-at-Will, Affirmative Action and Fundamentals of Human Resources. He also has lectured frequently at the American Management Association on a variety of employment issues.
Mr. Nobile has authored five books and published numerous articles covering all aspects of human resources and employment law.
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