Jaburg Wilk Attorney, Maria Speth Named to America’s Top 100 High Stakes Litigators
PHOENIX, Ariz. (11/17/2017) – Maria Speth, intellectual property attorney and partner at the Phoenix law firm of Jaburg Wilk was selected to America’s Top 100 High Stakes Litigators® for 2017. Selection to America’s Top 100 High Stakes Litigators® is by invitation only and is reserved to identify the nation’s most exceptional trial attorneys … Read More
Jaburg Wilk Expands Construction Litigation Practice
PHOENIX, Ariz. (11/28/2017) – The law firm of Jaburg Wilk announced that Heather M. Hampstead joined the firm as an associate attorney in their construction defect litigation group.
Before joining Jaburg Wilk, Heather represented clients in civilcar litigation, administrative law and construction defect defense matters. Heather is a United States Air Force veteran and continues to support the military … Read More
Jaburg Wilk Attorneys and Local Girl Scout Troop Partner to Hold Winter Coat Drive for the Homeless
PHOENIX, Ariz. (11/22/2017) – Employees of the Phoenix law firm Jaburg Wilk gathered 50 coats to be distributed to the homeless. In addition to the coats, they also collected gloves, scarves, sweaters and other types of outdoor clothing. One of the firm’s employees is a Girl Scout Den Leader and her daughter is a Girl Scout. Her Girl … Read More
Try to Be Different Not Better
I know you may be thinking I want to be seen as different by my peers. But showing people you’re different will go a long way to proving you are better. For instance, I’ve written about my firm’s intentional culture known as the JW Way because it makes us different than most other law firms.
What I’ve found is that most potential clients and referral sources are attracted to the JW … Read More
Invest Time in Yourself to Lower Stress Levels
There is the old proverb “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.” Hundreds of years ago when this proverb came into use it meant that if you only work you would be bored or boring. My point to you is different: All work and no play makes Jack a stressed boy or Jane a stressed girl. This is something you know, but are you willing to try new steps to lower your stress level?
Many … Read More
Read All the Time
Sometimes it is what you know, despite the universally repeated cliché “everything is who you know, not what you know.” Who you know is important, but what are you going to speak about with the people you know or meet? What you know, of course. The more you know, the more topics you can speak intelligently on with those you know and meet. This is important in the real world.
And what should you … Read More
Jaburg Wilk Supports ASU Hillel
PHOENIX, Ariz. (11/14/2017) – The law firm of Jaburg Wilk was presenting sponsor of the recent ASU Hillel’s fall fundraising event - Birdies, Bites and Brews held at Top Golf.
ASU Hillel celebrates diversity and welcomes students from all backgrounds. They support these students by offering leadership development and professional mentoring. Additionally they provide religious, cultural and … Read More
Routine Makes You More Productive
You know this intuitively. If each day you have to do the same task(s), figuring out the best time of day, time frame and way to do those tasks will help you be more productive. The more you get done, likely the less stress you will have, which is good for you and everyone you deal with.
For instance, when I first get into my office each morning I address my email inbox to determine who I need to respond … Read More
Helping Others to Success is in Your Own Best Interest
Successful people want others to succeed while unsuccessful people secretly hope others fail. I read something like this a while back and it stuck with me. The point is we are all in it together. Rarely does someone succeed alone and even when it appears they did, they probably had someone (or a number of people) helping them along the way.
Athletes have coaches. And so do many business people and professionals. … Read More
Answer the Question
Listen to what people ask you and answer their questions directly. Too many people either do not listen fully to the person they are speaking with or ignore what is being asked. In almost all situations, conversations will go better, and definitely take less time, if the person answering answers the questions instead of going off based on their own agenda.
I know many of you are thinking “this … Read More