Jaburg Wilk


  • Jaburg Wilk Partner Presenting at 2021 NBI Webinar

    Nathan D. Meyer is a featured speaker at the National Business Institute Arizona Specific On-line Course Seminar: Auto Injury Litigation From Start To Finish.

    What: This course will discuss forming effective legal strategies for the wide variety of auto accident claims.

    Recognize the case’s potential

    Explore coverage sources and the court’s interpretation of specific policy language

    Medical … Read More

    Categories: Insurance Litigation, Seminars

  • For My Fellow Younger Attorneys Facing a Multitude of Depositions: A Deposition Blueprint and Roadmap – Part I: Personal Well-Being

    This article is part one of a two-part series and is meant to provide some guidance, suggestions, and insights for younger attorneys that have little or no deposition experience that are tasked with leading the brigade for their client(s) in taking and defending an array of depositions. Think of this as a blueprint and roadmap for what to expect based on my recent experience as a younger attorney taking around 20 … Read More

    Categories: Construction, Article

  • Jaburg Wilk Partner Pepe, is Panelist at ABA Webinar

    Micalann Pepe is a panelist for the American Bar Association, Tort, Trial and Insurance Practice Section Webinar: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly: Virtual Mediation.

    What: Expert panelists discuss virtual mediations

    What we have learned about settling cases virtually

    Ways online mediation is similar to and different from in person mediations

    Tips for virtual mediation

    Where: Live virtual event … Read More

    Categories: Insurance Litigation, Seminars

  • The Purpose of an LLC’s “Purpose”

    When forming your LLC, you may wonder the importance of specifying your company’s “purpose,” and may be tempted to provide a hasty response or use a generic phrase such as “any purpose authorized by law.” The reason defining your company’s purpose is important is because the actions that the members or managers may legitimately take on behalf of the company are limited by the … Read More

    Categories: Business & Corporate, Blog

  • Change Creates Energy, Excitement, and Learning

    People enjoy being in their comfort zones. In order to grow change is essential, but getting people out of their comfort zones is hard. Adapting to change is important because it’s inevitable. If you choose not to keep up you will be left behind.

    A great example is technology. No matter what you do for a living, there is technology. It is consistently being improved or created, and then you have to (or some … Read More

    Categories: Blog

  • Jaburg Wilk Partner Program Chair Hot Topics in the World of Insurance

    Micalann Pepe is the program chair for the American Bar Association, Tort, Trial and Insurance Practice Section ICLE Midyear Meeting.

    What: Expert panelists examine hot topics in insurance coverage litigation

    First-party coverage issues relative to COVID-19 claims and litigation trends

    Intersection of insurance and bankruptcy law

    Diversity and inclusion in the insurance industry

    New developments in D&O … Read More

    Categories: Insurance Litigation, Seminars

  • Eighteen Jaburg Wilk Attorneys Named 2021 Southwest Super Lawyers

    Phoenix; Arizona (April 9, 2021) - Phoenix law firm Jaburg Wilk has eighteen attorneys named as either a 2021 Southwest Super Lawyers or 2021 Rising Stars. The 2021 listing of Southwest Super Lawyers Includes ten partners – Neal Bookspan – Business Litigation; Roger Cohen - Business Litigation; Lauren Garner – Estate and Trust Litigation; Laurence Hirsch – Family Law; Kraig Marton – … Read More

    Categories: Press Releases, News Release

  • The Assignability of Contracts

    There are many situations, both in real estate transactions and in non-real estate transactions, when a party to a contract wishes to transfer, or assign, its contractual rights to somebody else. Assignments are commonplace in commercial leases, when a tenant wishes to sell its business and assign its rights as a tenant to its buyer. Or, on the other side, when a landlord sells its property and assigns its rights … Read More

  • Corporate Culture in the Time of COVID

    Your business has a specific culture whether you are aware of it or not. All corporate cultures have been affected over the past year during the pandemic. The changes may be good or bad, depending on your view, but anticipate that your company’s culture will be evolving and different than what it was in early 2020. The question is what do you want your corporate culture to be?

    This question has many answers … Read More

    Categories: Blog

  • Jaburg Wilk partner presenting at ACTEC Webinar

    Lauren L. Garner is a featured speaker at the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel Seminar: Protecting Your Client’s Estate Plan: A Personality-Driven Approach to Avoiding or Settling Will and Trust Contests

    What: This webinar will include discussion of the four stages to the personality driven approach, the types of participants, how mediators and attorneys can tailor their interactions with such … Read More

    Categories: Estate Planning, Seminars