Jaburg Wilk


  • Jaburg Wilk Partner Nate Meyer Named Top Author by JD Supra

    PHOENIX, Ariz. (03/21/2018) – Nate Meyer, a partner at the Phoenix law firm of Jaburg Wilk, was recently named a top author by JD Supra in the 2018 Readers Choice Awards.  Nate was selected as a thought leader in insurance law.  More than 50,000 authors contributed to JD Supra last year and Nate was one of 240 authors selected for this national recognition. … Read More

    Categories: Insurance Litigation, News Release

  • When Social Media Takedown Notices Aren’t Enough

    Social media usage has exploded during the past 13 years and has permanently transformed the way products and services are marketed and sold. Social media platforms include many different online destinations such as social networking sites, blogging sites, and rating and review sites. The availability and proliferation of so many online destinations has expanded the opportunities for businesses and brand owners to … Read More

    Categories: Intellectual Property, Article

  • Departing Employee Obligations

    Employees who depart their employment do not always think about obligations they may continue to have to their former employer.  Former employers do, however, and should never underestimate what a departing employee may or may not understand about such post-employment obligations.  There are methods and procedures that can mitigate potential problems for both departing employee and former … Read More

    Categories: Business & Corporate, Employment, Article

  • Receiverships: Not Just for Lenders

    A receivership is an invaluable tool for managing, accounting for, marshaling, and preserving assets of whatever nature or kind. Although most often utilized by lenders, a receiver can be beneficial in any number of situations, including business disputes, partner disputes, and divorce proceedings. The limits of a receivership are as broad or as narrow as the parties’ desire.

    Receiverships are an equitable … Read More

    Categories: Business & Corporate, Collections, Article

  • Be Relentless About Continuous Improvement

    This is so important for all of us. No matter what you do, you can always improve yourself and your team. It can mean learning related to what you work on, or improving processes or procedures for your team.  

    Constantly evaluate every aspect of your job to find ways to improve. Share what you learn so that others can benefit as well. This type of investing in yourself makes you and those around you … Read More

    Categories: Other, Blog

  • Ten Ways to Prevent Sex Discrimination in the Workplace

    The #metoo movement has many employers worried about protecting their employees from discrimination and harassment. Employers often ask what they should be doing to prevent discrimination in the workplace and how best to respond to complaints of discrimination or harassment.  By following our 10 best ways to prevent and address discrimination in the workplace,& … Read More

    Categories: Employment, Article

  • Divorcing and Worried About Your Finances? A Promising Perspective

    When women divorce, or contemplate divorce, they report being worried about their finances and how they will meet their financial obligations as a newly single woman.   With gender pay disparity and potentially not knowing their household finances, those concerns are understandable.  Compounding the worry even further are women who are either unemployed or have been the stay-at-home parent. But, … Read More

    Categories: Family Law, Article

  • Arizona Insurers Beware of "Pay-and-Chase"--Arizona Supreme Court Rejects Expansion of Equitable Indemnification

    The Holding 

    In Knightbrook Insurance Company v. Payless Car Rental System Incorporated, 2018 WL 769295 (Ariz. February 8, 2018), an insurance bad faith and equitable indemnification case arising from an auto claim, the Arizona Supreme Court answered a Certified Question from the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and held that Arizona's equitable indemnity law does not incorporate the First … Read More

    Categories: Insurance Litigation, Blog

  • Do I Need a Lawyer to Get a Divorce in Arizona?

    In Arizona, a large percentage of divorces proceed without either party hiring a lawyer.  As Arizona is a no-fault divorce state, couples do not need a specific reason to file for divorce – it is sufficient that the parties do not get along – otherwise known as irretrievable differences.  While getting divorced without attorneys may be& … Read More

    Categories: Family Law, Article

  • Beth Cohn: Speaker for AZ Crew Luncheon

    Beth Cohn will discuss on "How the New Tax Law Impacts Real Estate Deals and Even Your Paycheck!"

    What: Beth Cohn and Sandy Abalos will discuss the new tax law and their impact on real estate transactions including 1031 Like-Kind Exchanges, new partnership audit rules, reduced or elimination of travel and entertainment expenses, new 20% deduction for pass-through entities, estate planning … Read More

    Categories: Estate Planning, Real Estate, Tax, Seminars