The lawyer for the controversial Advocates for Individuals with Disabilities (AID), the organization that launched over a thousand nearly identical lawsuits against Arizona businesses last year, has quietly been filing a steady stream of new ADA lawsuits over the past month, targeting Valley-area hotels and motels.
For the past month, AID’s lead lawyer, Peter Strojnik, has regularly filed as many as three … Read More
PHOENIX, Ariz. (09/14/2017) – The Phoenix law firm of Jaburg Wilk recently awarded $7,500 in scholarships to three students attending Arizona State University College of Law.
The Jaburg Wilk Scholarship is awarded to students focusing their legal studies in employment, healthcare, transactional, or intellectual property law who have future plans to practice in one or more of those areas.
"It is … Read More
Nate Meyer Featured Speaker on Bad Faith & Insurance Coverage
Nate Meyer is a featured speaker at an upcoming seminar, "Auto Injury Litigation - From Start to Finish". Nate will address "Insurance Coverage Research & Negotiations with Claims Personnel" and "Bad Faith".
What: The seminar will cover the lifecycle of an auto injury case from case intake to arbitration or litigation. The … Read More
Lunch And Learn: Data Security and Privacy
What: Neal Bookspan and Laura Rogal, attorneys at the Phoenix law firm of Jaburg Wilk will be presenting a lunch and learn seminar in conjunction with the Arizona Tech Council on the security risks to both corporate networks and their intellectual property by employees using mobile devices.
Where: Galvanize, 515 East Grant Street, Phoenix, … Read More
Unlike many states, Arizona has long provided for the recovery of attorney fees, albeit on a discretionary basis, in contested contract disputes. See A.R.S. § 12-341.01(A). The Arizona legislature made clear, however, that the discretionary fee statute was not intended to displace contractual fee provisions of the sort commonly found in consumer and commercial contracts. Thus, § 12-341.01 … Read More
No one likes to cause an issue, be wrong, be behind on a project or deal with the fallout. But part of blameless problem solving is self-accountability.
Self-accountability is the ability to be honest with yourself, as well as being answerable and responsible for what you say and do. To do so, when something goes wrong, you need to step out of the moment and consider consequences of how you respond. It means that … Read More
Question: I know my spouse’s passwords to their social media accounts, bank accounts and/or email accounts, can I log into their account and get the information we need to help win my case?
Answer: While this might sound like a really good idea, you shouldn’t do this for a few reasons. First of all, even though your spouse may have given you their& … Read More
PHOENIX, Ariz. (08/24/2017) – Jaburg Wilk offered a scholarship to one of the ten participants who attended the G33K College Prep Summer Camp. The weeklong camp was presented by Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC), University of Advancing Technology (UAT) and New Way Academy staff for young adults with autism. The camp participants had the opportunity of completing the … Read More
What? Really. What I mean is that as you gain experience you realize how much you don't know and become (hopefully) more comfortable admitting it. We all experience conversations where the other person tells you they know about something or someone, but is or becomes clear they don't. You see this more in younger or less experienced people, but anyone can do it.
Most times it comes from … Read More
You are saying "What? But I want to work to make money." We all work to be able to support ourselves. What I mean is if you focus on doing the best you can, the money likely will follow. If you only focus on money you will try to close deals that shouldn't close or sell something to someone that they don't need. If you are okay with that and the bad karma you deserve, you should take a look in the mirror and see … Read More