Don't Be a Workoholic
Are you the workaholic each of us knows? You know the one. Checking email from the time waking up to checking their phone when they are at lunch with you (rude, by the way) to checking it up until they go to sleep. Every social opportunity is really a networking opportunity with people they probably would not socialize with. Conversations relate to business, money, etc. You are not sure what … Read More
Question: Can I receive a corrective action plan from my employer without prior written or verbal warnings?
Answer: Yes, an at-will employee in Arizona may be placed on a corrective action plan without any prior warnings.
Arizona is an employment at will state, meaning that unless there is a written agreement stating that the employee may only be terminated for cause, the employer can terminate an … Read More
PHOENIX, Ariz. (Apr. 25, 2016)- Phoenix business law firm Jaburg Wilk awarded two $2,500 scholarships to students attending Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law.
The scholarship is based on several factors including experience in either employment law or intellectual property law, future plans to practice in either employment law or intellectual property law and financial need.
"It is … Read More
Categories: News Release
PHOENIX, Ariz. (April. 13, 2016) – The law firm of Jaburg Wilk is pleased to announce that Micalann C. Pepe joined the firm's insurance law practice.
Ms. Pepe primarily practices in the areas of insurance coverage and bad-faith litigation. Her practice also includes commercial litigation, civil litigation, and white-collar criminal defense. She has a wide-range of experience … Read More
Categories: News Release
PHOENIX, Ariz. (April 5, 2016)- Join Maria Crimi Speth, Intellectual Property attorney and author of Protect Your Writings for an informative presentation about the laws that affect writers and their creative work. Attendees will learn about the laws relating to writing books, articles, blogs and how to avoid making common, costly legal mistakes.
Saturday, April 9th, 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a. … Read More
Hi, I'm Beth Cohn, an attorney here at Jaburg Wilk and I help people plan their estates.
No matter where you are in your life, estate planning is essential. Estate planning includes wills, trusts, and powers of attorney. If you have just started your family and are at the beginning of your career, a will is critical. In the event of your untimely death, a properly drawn will protects your … Read More
Categories: Estate Planning
All real estate professionals and investors are familiar with the concept of the priority of liens. As a general rule, when there are multiple liens recorded against a property, the one that is recorded first is "superior" to the one that is recorded later, which, in turn, is "subordinate" to the one that is recorded first. This "ranking" of liens becomes critical if a lien is foreclosed, as upon the … Read More
PHOENIX, Ariz. (March 15, 2016) - The law firm of Jaburg Wilk announced that Michael B. Dvoren, a 2015-2016 Southwest Super Lawyers Rising Star selectee, has joined its intellectual property practice group.
Mr. Dvoren focuses his legal practice on intellectual property litigation, pre-litigation enforcement, intellectual property transactions and trademark and copyright prosecution.
“Michael … Read More
The other week my wife was driving with our 10 and 7 year olds in her car. The 10 year old, out of nowhere, said "I am living the life I want to live." Before my wife could say anything in response, my daughter asked her younger brother if he is living the life he wants to live. His response was "No." That response was followed by the statement "If I was living the life I want to live I would be in Madagascar … Read More
Hi, my name is David Allen and I'm a partner at Jaburg Wilk. I specialize in commercial litigation with an emphasis on real estate litigation and also handle some transactional work.
If somebody owes me money, can I put a lien against their real estate to make sure that I get paid?
The short answer to that question is usually no. If somebody owes you money you could sue them, you … Read More