Both real estate professionals and laypersons oftentimes are confused by the differences between covenants and conditions. In its simplest terms, a “covenant” is an agreement to do or to not do something. Covenants are unconditional promises found in contracts, and the failure of a party who makes such an agreement to abide by its terms will entitle the other contracting party to damages for breach of … Read More
Consistency and organization matter. The idea is to have a plan and put it into place. What that plan is and how execute it will be different as it depends on you, your business, and how you like to work.
For instance, I use a hand written to do list, but also rely on calendaring and tasks in Outlook. This can result in redundancy, but with some of the types of deadlines I am dealing with, I like that.
Other … Read More
The only person who can limit your imagination is you. What I mean is that if you think there are limits regarding what you can do - or accomplish - you will encounter self-created and self-fulfilling prophesies. If you think about this, you will know it’s true.
Negative thinking stops positive momentum. It doesn’t matter whether it’s me thinking I can’t do better than my opposing counsel … Read More
PHOENIX, Ariz. (011/28/2018) – Nichole Wilk, an attorney at the Phoenix law firm of Jaburg Wilk, was recently named to the Board of Directors of the Anti-Defamation League Arizona.
The Arizona regional office of ADL was established in 1983. They are one of the premier civil rights, human relations organizations in the state and provide an ongoing and dynamic counter to bigotry, discrimination and hate in all … Read More
In Doneson v. Farmers Ins. Exch., 2018 WL 4781382 (Ariz.App. Oct. 3, 2018), an insurance bad faith case, the Arizona Court of Appeals upheld an exclusion precluding MedPay benefits “if workers’ compensation benefits are required,” despite the Insured’s reimbursement of the workers’ compensationinsurer.
Arizona is more likely to enforce a MedPay … Read More
PHOENIX, Ariz. (11/14/2018) – The law firm of Jaburg Wilk was pleased to be the presenting sponsor of the Hillel ASU’s Golf & Giving: A Night Out 2018. This is their third annual fundraising event. The sold-out event was held at Top Golf with more than 200 people attending and extending their support to Hillel.
Hillel Jewish Student Center at ASU celebrates diversity and welcomes students from all … Read More
It is just one week until Thanksgiving. This is a good time to think about gratitude and specifically what you are thankful for. At the same time, it’s a great time of year to spread good feelings, which you can do by letting others know when you appreciate something that they have done for you.
Those of you who have younger children - or even older ones - know that you end up reminding them to say “ … Read More
PHOENIX, Ariz. (November 16, 2018), Maria Crimi Speth and Lawrence Wilk, partners at the Phoenix law firm of Jaburg Wilk were named as 2019 Arizona Business Leaders by AZ Big Media.
Larry Wilk was recognized as a leader in bankruptcy and reorganization law while Maria Speth was named as a leader in intellectual property law. Larry’s practice is focused on business bankruptcy, financial fraud, … Read More
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Celebrities and the very rich may enter into premarital agreements. Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel, Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta Jones all signed premarital agreements. Wealthy and high-profile people such as Mark Zuckerberg, Jessica Simpson, Tom Cruise, Tony Romo, Britney Spears, Barry Bonds, and even Beyoncé, all … Read More
Divorce can be difficult enough without adding the complexity of a community owned business into the mix. There are important steps you should take to protect both the business - and yourself - during the divorce as the goal is to have a viable and profitable separately owned business when the divorce is finalized.
Four important Do’s
Do: Talk to both a divorce and business attorney. Your divorce attorney … Read More