Kraig Marton and Jeff Silence: Speakers at the Annual Arizona Employment Lawyers Association Conference
Kraig Marton and Jeff Silence will speak on "Strategies and Ethical Issues in Employment when the Employees Still Working"
When: February 24, 2018
Where: Phoenix, Arizona
To Register: Registration is open to AzELA Members registration information
What:The Arizona … Read More
Recently, the Arizona Court of Appeals clarified that only one parent is required to file a motion to modify legal decision-making or parenting time. In Sundstrom v. Flatt, Mother exercised sole legal decision-making authority and shared equal parenting time with Father. She filed a petition to retain sole legal decision-making, reduce … Read More
Congress enacted the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 (“BBA”) under which existing partnership audit rules have been replaced. The new BBA audit rules are broad and complex and effective for partnership tax returns filed for tax years beginning in 2018. Under the prior audit rules, the tax liability flowed through to each partner. Under the new … Read More
Question: I know my spouse’s passwords to their social media accounts, bank accounts and/or financial accounts, can I log into their account and get the information we need to help win my case?
Answer: While this might sound like a really good idea, the answer is no. In doing so, you would likely be breaking a number of … Read More
Celebrity kitty Tardar Sauce aka “Grumpy Cat” (or, rather, the entity that owns rights to the GRUMPY CAT brand) has prevailed on its claims of breach of contract and trademark and copyright infringement against a beverage company for exceeding the scope of its license to use the brand to produce and market coffee products.
In 2013, Grumpy Cat Limited (“GCL”), the company that owns rights … Read More
Be you. Not who you think you should be. Not what others want you to be. Be you, just you. You are not an actor or actress, you're not playing a role. If you do, you're doing yourself a disservice.
Less experienced people are more likely to embellish their experience or tell you they know something they don’t. They want others to think they know more than they do and have greater … Read More
Nate Meyer and Micalann Pepe: Panel Moderators for 26th Annual Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee
Micalann Pepe will moderate for "Reasonable Settlements, Stipulated Judgments, and Primary and Excess Insurers" panel
What: Standard primary and excess liability policy provisions require insurer consent to any settlement for which the insurer will be obliged to pay. But insureds and … Read More
PHOENIX, Ariz. (02/2/2018) – Stephanie Fierro was named to the Board of Directors of Dress for Success Phoenix.
Fierro, a business and estate planning attorney and partner at Jaburg Wilk, said “I am very excited to join this wonderful organization as a board member. Their mission aligns with my values of supporting and empowering women.”
Dress for Success … Read More
The same old, same old is the same as becoming stagnant. Said differently: don’t be a stick in the mud! Try to do something new a couple times a year to take you out of your comfort zone. What it is depends on you.
Maybe it’s trying something new, like hiking or Pilates. Maybe it’s attending a class or conference on a subject that interests you but has nothing to do with your career, … Read More
Not all divorces need to be tried in court. Divorce mediation is an alternative the parties can choose instead of litigating their divorce in family law court and having the outcome decided by a judge. Mediation is a private process of resolving disputes by engaging a neutral third party who acts as a facilitator. Their role is to assist the divorcing couple … Read More