Jaburg Wilk


  • Threatening Employees on Social Media is No LOL Matter

    Sometimes jokes fall flat. Sometimes they can get employers in trouble with the National Labor Relations Board (the “NLRB”). A recent case is a cautionary tale.

    What Happened?

    In responding to a story about workers for another company staging a walkout, Ben Domenech, an executive officer of FDRLST Media, tweeted the following from his personal Twitter account: “FYI: @fdrlst first one of you … Read More

    Categories: Employment, Article

  • Stay Healthy for Your Business

    Being healthy obviously is good for you. It also is good for your business. It gives you energy. You can work out and exercise with others, including people you work with, customers, referral sources, etc. It is what you make it, and that can turn into something powerful in your life.

    People seemed to really get into exercise when the quarantines and stay at home orders started. As time has gone by (and it has … Read More

    Categories: Blog

  • Jaburg Wilk Partners to Present at NBI Seminar

    Nate Meyer and Michelle Ronan are featured speakers at an upcoming two-day NBI seminar, “Personal Injury: A Case by Case Toolkit”

    What: The two-day seminar provides the ins and outs of personal injury litigation. Speakers will address a variety of different types of claims: auto, UM/UIM, bad faith, trucking, slip and falls, workers’ compensation, wrongful death, and medical malpractice. The … Read More

    Categories: Insurance Litigation, Seminars

  • Set and Revisit Goals

    Do you set goals? You should, and they should be in writing. If you have set goals, you should revisit them often to see where you are on the road to achieving them. Writing goals and not reviewing them will negatively affect your chance to reach them.

    It is important to write down your goals. I currently am outlining my goals because June is the fiscal year end for my firm. Everyone at my firm writes down … Read More

    Categories: Blog

  • Focus on One Thing at a Time

    What are you doing right now? Are you focusing on reading these words? Do you have an eye on your email, texts, or social media? If you are working from home, are you dealing with your children? Or maybe you are doing some combination of these activities. Or are you on the phone? We all think we can multi-task and do it well, but the truth is we can’t.

    When you are on the phone, can you hear the keyboard … Read More

    Categories: Blog

  • PPP Loan Forgiveness and Employees Refusing to Return to Work

    More employers are hearing “But, I can make more money on unemployment,” from formerly laid off employees when extending offers to return to the workplace. These words are surprising employers as they were expecting that employees would be pleased to return to work. And they are especially concerning for employers who received loan proceeds pursuant to the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) … Read More

    Categories: Employment, Article

  • Networking in the Time of Covid

    For the majority of the past ten weeks, in person networking hasn’t existed. It remains critically important for all of us, whether we are lucky enough to be able to work from home or are unemployed. Many people I speak with have not networked or conducted business development activities since offices closed and stay at home orders went into effect. Doing nothing is harmful in the long run and despite … Read More

    Categories: Blog

  • Jaburg Wilk Supports Desert Mission Food Bank with Emergency Funding

    PHOENIX, Ariz. (05/07/2020) – – Desert Mission Food Bank is facing critical shortages due to Covid-19 pandemic and reached out to Jaburg Wilk with an emergency funding request. For years, Jaburg Wilk employees have volunteered at Desert Mission Food Bank helping sort, box, pack foods and help food bank clients shop for food. However, since food from restaurants evaporated and food from grocery stores … Read More

    Categories: Press Releases, News Release

  • 5 Tips for Building a Sustaining Career

    During this social distancing and quarantine limbo we currently find ourselves in, I have found myself taking time to think about my career, the road to where I am, and the road forward. Through doing so, I had some random thoughts on building a sustaining career. I wish someone had told me some of these earlier in my career. But through trial and error, along with wrong turns, are how you learn to make better … Read More

    Categories: Blog

  • Your Guide to Essential Estate Planning Documents

    If you’re like most people, there is a laundry list of things you’d rather do than think about your estate plan. While it can be a challenging area to discuss, your estate plan is essential to ensure you and your family are protected and cared for, and that your assets are distributed as you wish at your death. While estate planning is not one-size-fits-all, it will be helpful to familiarize yourself … Read More

    Categories: Estate Planning, Article