Jaburg Wilk


  • Jaburg Wilk Supports Feeding Matters 2019

    PHOENIX, Ariz. (11/12/2019) – The law firm of Jaburg Wilk was pleased to be a presenting sponsor of Feeding Matters 7th Annual community lunch fundraising event. Jaburg Wilk is a longtime supporter of Feeding Matters, and this was its sixth luncheon sponsorship.

    Founded in 2006, Feeding Matters is committed to partnering with families and healthcare professionals to raise awareness and understanding of … Read More

  • Can Your HOA Say No to VRBO?

    In the not-so-distant past, if you wanted to get from one place to another without a car of your own, you would call a taxi, with your only choice being which of the many taxicab companies to call upon. Now, of course, calling a taxi is scoffed at as being “old fashioned” and overpriced, with many, if not most, people opting to instead call Uber or Lyft, or some other rideshare service. Likewise, it … Read More

    Categories: Real Estate, Article

  • Separating Your Desire For Personal Validation

    JW Way Fundamental #9: Leave your ego at the door . " At all times, stay focused on serving the needs of our client and our firm, rather than on serving your ego. Remember – it’s about the client and our firm, not you!”

    When we urge litigating clients to seriously consider a settlement offer, we usually remind them of one thing: the uncertainty of trial. We can rarely predict with any degree … Read More

    Categories: Culture, Article

  • Employment Non-Competition Covenants- What Law Applies and Why The Answer To That Question Is So Important

    Many Arizona employees are often subject to non-compete agreements, or “covenants,” in which the employee agrees in advance to not compete with his or her employer for some time after leaving or being terminated by the employer. These covenants may also include an agreement that the employee will not solicit the employer’s customers for a time after the employment ends. Employers may use these … Read More

  • Work on Your Implicit Bias

    Everyone has implicit bias. The term “implicit bias” describes when we unconsciously have attitudes towards people or associate stereotypes with them. This can be because of race, gender, sexual orientation, age – the list is longer than most people think and specific to each person. And this isn’t about being racist or sexist; it’s about the unconscious thoughts that come into our … Read More

    Categories: Blog

  • Unexpected Prosecution with Unexpected Convictions - Could the Texas “Forest Park” Convictions Happen to Doctors in Arizona?

    On April 11, 2019, in a federal court, a Dallas jury returned verdicts of guilty against seven of the defendants in the criminal case styled “United States v. Beauchamp” [i] and commonly known as “Forest Park.” Of the original twenty-one defendants:  seven were convicted after a jury trial. Ten (including Dr. Beauchamp) pled guilty, one was tried separately, one was acquitted, for one … Read More

    Categories: Healthcare, Article

  • What is a Reasonable Accommodation Under the ADA?

    What is a Reasonable Accommodation Under the ADA? Under the Americans With Disabilities Act, as amended (“ADA”), employers have a duty to provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with a disability. It is important for employers to understand their duty to meet and confer and what makes an accommodation “reasonable.”

    Duty to Meet and Confer

    Employees are required to be … Read More

    Categories: Employment, Article

  • Developing Personal Integrity

    JW Way Fundamental #8: Act with integrity. "Demonstrate an unwavering commitment to doing the right thing in very action you take and in every decision you make. Own up to your own mistakes and apologize. If you make a mistake, clean it up. "

    The expression of integrity is a virtue. Many of our JW Way Fundamentals reflect our aspiring to have cultural integrity throughout our firm. Fundamentals such as respect, … Read More

    Categories: Culture, Article

  • Karma Exists!

    I believe karma exists. Maybe it is an existential justice system, maybe not. It isn’t necessarily instant and may take a long time, but it happens. The rub is that you may never know it happens where you were wronged and are hoping for karmic retribution.

    So, what can you do to be on the right side of karma? Be intentional in a positive way. This means to be intentional and positive in what you do, what … Read More

    Categories: Blog

  • Jaburg Wilk Attorney to Speak at Young Lawyers Division, Arizona Association of Defense Counsel

    Norman Fulton III, 2019 YLD AADC Vice President. Topics that will be discussed and presented are: E-Discovery - The Internet of Things; Lawyers and the Internet: What you can post and how to ethically find information that you need; How to effectively prepare for and manage ESI in civil litigation

    What: AADC -YLD Fall seminar will focus on E-Discovery, the Internet and Ethics

    Where: 1 East Washington … Read More

    Categories: Internet and Technology, Seminars