How can I protect my business before I get married?
Hi, I’m Mitch Reichman. I’m a board-certified Family Law Specialist and I practice at Jaburg & Wilk.
What is community property?
Community property in Arizona creates a presumption that everything that’s acquired during the marriage by either spouse is owned by the community. It means it’s owned by them jointly. … Read More
Laura Rogal and Neal Bookspan are presenting on BYOD (mobile devices in the workplace) policies.
What: They will address issues and tips related to Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies to allow your company to easily implement a program that increases productivity, reduces risk, and keeps proprietary information safe.
Where: Seminar is at the offices of Jaburg Wilk, 3200 North Central, … Read More
In Stafford v. Burns, --- P.3d ---, 2017 WL 164310 (Ariz.App. January 17, 2017), a medical malpractice and wrongful death case arising from emergency medical care rendered after a methadone overdose, the Arizona Court of Appeals “decline[d] to impose a requirement that Offers of Judgment be deemed reasonable before sanctions are imposed under Rule 68(g).”
In Arizona, … Read More
In Romero v. Mendota Ins. Co., 2016 WL 6775950 (D. Ariz. Nov. 16, 2016), the Arizona District Court granted a Motion to Remand a breach of contract and insurance bad faith case arising from UIM claims-despite the Insureds certifying the case was worth more than the $50,000 compulsory arbitration limit and seeking punitive damages-because the Insurer did not prove the amount in controversy "more likely than … Read More
I wanted to go to law school, but knew for sure after an interview with Pitney Bowes. The interviewer asked me to sell him widgets. I never tried to close the deal, so you can imagine the result of the interview. In addition to thinking law was interesting, I thought I was going into a profession that didn't require selling. I was wrong.
In law you can sell or not. But if you don't, others will … Read More
We live in a fast-paced transactional world. With the speed everything moves people sometimes resort to a text, email or similarly transactional electronic thank you. But if you resort to relaying a thank you by email, text or social media flavor of the month it is destined for the electronic scrapheap and likely will not be remembered. Be different and either write thank you notes or call.
It takes … Read More
Prospective car buyers are no different than the drivers we encounter daily on the road: some are skilled, some are not so skilled. Add to that the prospective buyer’s unfamiliarity with the vehicle they are test-driving, nervousness of having a salesperson in the passenger seat, and the distraction that comes with evaluating the car and not the road, and the potential for accidents often … Read More
That's right. You need to know others to succeed. You need to know and have guides or mentors. You need to know your peers. You need to know your competition. And you need to start knowing these people from day one. Or if you did not start then, start today!
There are many ways to go about this. You can network with others alone or at events, collecting business cards and email addresses. You can … Read More
If we all were the same, the world would be a boring place. This is a favorite saying of mine. And it's true. There always are "in" jobs and professions. I am sure most of us think of the tech space as in and seem impressed when someone has a job or internship with a Google, an Apple or similar tech related businesses.
For instance, you hear terms such as entrepreneur or startup all the time. Sometimes you … Read More
"For Better or For Worse"
What: Mitchell Reichman, an attorney at the Phoenix law firm of Jaburg Wilk is a presenter and panelist for State Bar of Arizona Law Institute
Where: 4201 N 24th St, Phoenix Read More