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  • Who is Your Customer or Client?

    Of course the answer to this question is dependent on what you do, but if you don't start by answering this question you will miss out on opportunities. The answer, based on your line of work, may be a type or category of businesses or categories or people. 

    Some sales people think the answer is anyone and everyone, but it isn't. On the surface, if you are in pharmaceutical sales it is doctors or medical … Read More

    Categories: Business & Corporate, Blog

  • Current Alternatives to Reunification Therapy

    Divorces are traumatic to children. During or after a divorce, a child may reject one of their parents by resisting or refusing to engage with that parent. Upon request, Arizona family law judges may appoint a mental health professional to act as a therapeutic interventionist (TI) to reconstruct the relationship or may direct an alternative process such as an intensive reunification programs (IRP) which includes … Read More

    Categories: Family Law, Publication

  • Protecting Children: What to Do When a Spouse Abuses Drugs

    Video Transcript:

    My spouse is abusing drugs and I'm concerned for my children.  What can I do?

    If you're afraid for your children's safety you might want to consider getting an order of protection. Order of protections would be issued by a court in order to ensure that the party is not interacting, engaging or contacting the protected persons. Assuming you're not talking about safety and you're just … Read More

    Categories: Family Law, Article

  • How Pay if Paid Clauses Work in Arizona Construction Law

    Video Transcript:

    Hi, I'm Mark Bogard, I'm a construction law attorney with the law firm Jaburg Wilk.

    What is a "Pay-if-paid" Clause?

    A "pay-if-paid" clause is a condition precedent, at least those are the fancy words that we give it in the courtroom. A condition precedent is simply a condition or something that must occur before something else can happen. In a "pay-if-paid" or a "pay-when-paid" clause … Read More

    Categories: Construction, Blog

  • Does Pokémon GO Lure You in With a Dangerous Privacy Policy and Terms of Use?

    For years, we have been lamenting that our young people spend too much  time indoors playing computer games and not enough time outside or connecting with others.  Yet, those same critics now condemn young Pokémon Go players who venture out on Pokémon hunts for a myriad of perceived sins including inattentiveness and irresponsible behavior. Critics also revel in slamming … Read More

    Categories: Internet and Technology, Article

  • Challenges in Managing the CEO's Divorce

    Representing a high-level executive in his or her divorce presents unique and recurring challenges to a Family Law practitioner. While every client's divorce has its own particular circumstances, representing high net worth senior level executives have certain commonalities among them regardless of their profession and industry. These include the absence of time to devote to divorce-related tasks and difficulties … Read More

    Categories: Family Law, Family Law, Publication

  • Opt Out of the AZ Family Law Court System

    People seeking to be divorced or to resolve other problems in the Family Law Division of the Maricopa County Superior Court in the State of Arizona can find themselves trapped in a system that is not well suited to meet their needs. Despite the best efforts of well-intentioned judicial officers and administrators the fundamental problem is that there are simply too many cases and insufficient resources. In 2015 … Read More

  • Does Your Company Need a Written Social Media Policy?

    Video Transcript:

    Hi, I'm Kraig Marton and I do the employment law here in the firm.

    Should an Employer Have a Written Social Media Policy?

    Absolutely.  Companies should have a social media policy that provides guidelines to the employees about what can and can't be done and what can and can't be said.  Now I also suggest that employers currently check with their counsel because that is in such a … Read More

    Categories: Employment, Article