Jaburg Wilk


  • Networking in the Time of Covid

    For the majority of the past ten weeks, in person networking hasn’t existed. It remains critically important for all of us, whether we are lucky enough to be able to work from home or are unemployed. Many people I speak with have not networked or conducted business development activities since offices closed and stay at home orders went into effect. Doing nothing is harmful in the long run and despite … Read More

    Categories: Blog

  • Jaburg Wilk Supports Desert Mission Food Bank with Emergency Funding

    PHOENIX, Ariz. (05/07/2020) – – Desert Mission Food Bank is facing critical shortages due to Covid-19 pandemic and reached out to Jaburg Wilk with an emergency funding request. For years, Jaburg Wilk employees have volunteered at Desert Mission Food Bank helping sort, box, pack foods and help food bank clients shop for food. However, since food from restaurants evaporated and food from grocery stores … Read More

    Categories: Press Releases, News Release

  • 5 Tips for Building a Sustaining Career

    During this social distancing and quarantine limbo we currently find ourselves in, I have found myself taking time to think about my career, the road to where I am, and the road forward. Through doing so, I had some random thoughts on building a sustaining career. I wish someone had told me some of these earlier in my career. But through trial and error, along with wrong turns, are how you learn to make better … Read More

    Categories: Blog

  • Your Guide to Essential Estate Planning Documents

    If you’re like most people, there is a laundry list of things you’d rather do than think about your estate plan. While it can be a challenging area to discuss, your estate plan is essential to ensure you and your family are protected and cared for, and that your assets are distributed as you wish at your death. While estate planning is not one-size-fits-all, it will be helpful to familiarize yourself … Read More

    Categories: Estate Planning, Article

  • Work Life Balance is Critical

    Are you the workaholic each of us knows? You know the one. They check their email from the time they wake up, to when they are at lunch with you (please remember this is rude when we are able to dine together again), to when they go to sleep. For some, it’s an easy pattern to fall into. Now that many of us are working from home, it’s easier because there is even less separation between work and home. … Read More

    Categories: Blog

  • What Happens to the Other Tenants when the Anchor Tenant Leaves the Mall?

    When a commercial tenant leases space in a shopping center or mall, a primary consideration for the tenant is the expected benefit to their business of the foot traffic from the customers that will be attracted to the other businesses being operated by their neighboring tenants. This is particularly true when the neighboring tenant is the “anchor,” or one of the “anchors” in the center, who … Read More

    Categories: Real Estate, Article

  • President Trump’s Immigration Order – What does it Mean?

    President Trump issued a proclamation mandating a 60-day suspension on the issuance of immigrant visas for certain categories of family and employment-sponsored immigrants and diversity lottery winners. Employers should know the proclamation is rather limited, at least for now.

    Can He Do This?

    I get this question quite a bit, so it is worth discussing. Section 212(f) of the 1952 Immigration and Nationality Act, … Read More

    Categories: Employment, Article

  • Tax Relief to Help Weather the Storm of COVID-19

    As the COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on our personal, financial and business lives, the government has responded with legislative and administrative relief.1  This is a high-level summary of some of the enacted measures and the tax benefits, relief and other options available to individuals and businesses.2

    1. Individuals Receiving Cash.

    These funds are a rebate against a refundable tax credit … Read More

    Categories: Tax, Article

  • Stay Connected

    Staying connected to people you know is difficult when you are in different places and have been told it is unsafe to gather in groups. Other than grocery shopping most people currently are isolated at home. If you are lucky enough to still have a job, and if you are able, you probably are working remotely. You may walk around your neighborhood and get to wave to your neighbors or exchange a quick greeting from a … Read More

    Categories: Blog

  • Catch a Tiger by the Toe: How the Tiger King Got Caught (for Copyright Infringement)

    Caution: Spoilers Ahead. Netflix’s wildly popular documentary series Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness continues to capture the imagination of the public as countless media reports and a follow-up Netflix episode chronicle the various developments and characters featured in the show.

    The true-crime drama highlights various legal missteps of “Tiger King” Joe Exotic, an eccentric big-cat … Read More

    Categories: Intellectual Property, Article