Business & Corporate
Perseverance and You
Working to Obtain Your Goals
Perseverance is everything. There is no excuse to ever give up. If you doubt this, you either have had success handed to you, which happens rarely, if ever, or you come up against trying to reach a goal and pivot instead of pushing through to reach your desired result. You may even describe your pivot as a strategic change of plans based on adjusting to the circumstances. Or is it an … Read More
Jaburg Wilk is Partnering with Apple Inc. to Present Tips on Building Your Own BYOD Program in the Workplace
PHOENIX, Ariz. (October. 21, 2015) – Jaburg Wilk attorneys Neal Bookspan and Laura Rogal will be presenting a free seminar on the importance of implementing a ‘Bring Your Own Device’ (BYOD) Program in the workplace at the Apple Store, Biltmore (2502 E. Camelback Rd) on Wednesday, October 28th from 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
Attendees will learn how to establish a BYOD policy, security and device … Read More
Why You Need to Learn About BYOD
By Neal Bookspan
Some of you may be saying to yourselves, “What is BYOD and why do I need to learn about it?” The answer is because it is 2015 and each of us is carrying around a computer in the form of a phone in our pocket or purse, not to mention all of the iPads, Surfaces, laptops, etc. So what exactly is BYOD?
BYOD is the acronym for “bring your own device”, which refers to employees … Read More
Categories: Business & Corporate
What can you learn to help you do what you do?
By Neal Bookspan
I read a good quote recently, actually in an email from a friend to other managers in a fantasy football league I am in. Of course it might have been part of some smack talk that was going on, but it brought to mind a truth: continuous learning and training makes for a better and more interesting work place.
The quote is "Everyone is born a genius, but the process of living de-geniuses … Read More
How Much Do I Know About Insurance and Arizona Business?
Is there one insurance policy to cover all of my risks?
No. Insurance is the sale of certain risks in exchange for a premium. No policy buys all the risks a business faces.
How many policies do I need?
Generally speaking, a business should have a general liability policy, coverage for automobiles used in the business and worker's compensation insurance. But there are many other policies and … Read More
Want to Sell Stock in Your Business But Keep Control? Consider an ESOP
In a closely held corporation, a time may come when the owner wants to sell stock in the company but still maintain control. This might occur, for example, when the owner plans to retire soon or simply seeks a way to raise capital. But an owner may be hard-pressed to find an outside investor. Selling stock to other shareholders may be an option, but in many cases the best way is to sell stock to employees through … Read More
A Primer on Choice of Business Entity
Types of Business Organizations
When organizing a new business, one of the most important decisions to be made is choosing the structure of a business. Factors influencing your decision about your business organization include:
Type of business operation
Number of employees
Tax advantages or disadvantages
Length of business … Read More
10 Tips on How to Make Your Professional Business Partners Your Risk Manager
For many business owners, the day to day focus of operating and growing your business takes precedence over everything else. Minor issues are quickly forgotten and not addressed. Sometimes this is harmless and other times, minor problems if they are ignored, fester and become major problems that can result in lawsuits or government intervention. Using a team of professionals - such as your … Read More
A Legal Audit Can Prevent Costly Legal Problems
Preventive medicine means visiting your doctor once a year or so for a checkup, even if you're not sick or injured. Preventive maintenance means taking your car to a mechanic for a tune-up every 15,000 miles, even if it seems to be running smoothly. And preventive law means doing something now instead of waiting until you get sued, fined or indicted. That something is conducting a legal audit to prevent disputes … Read More
Better Safe Than Sorry Always File UCC Termination Statements
If you are negotiating a new business loan, you know that your due diligence investigation on the borrower should include a search of the Secretary of State's records* to confirm that the assets being pledged as collateral are "free and clear" and not subject to the security interest or other lien of another lender, lessor or other secured party. A UCC lien search of the Secretary of State's records will … Read More