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Providing for Attorney Fees in a Contract

When two parties litigate in America, each side typically bears its own attorney fees, whether they win or lose.  The prominent exception to this rule is when attorney fees are specifically provided for either in a statute particular to the subject matter of the litigation or a in contract between the parties.

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Illinois Non Compete Agreements Explained

What is a non-compete agreement? Are non-compete agreements always enforceable? These are some of the questions we discuss in this article

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What Happens if New Evidence is Discovered After Trial in Illinois

Petitions for relief from judgment are one of many ways to overturn a court order, other options include motions to reconsider and appeals.  For an overview of your options in overturning a court order, check out our article: Post-Trial Motions in Illinois Divorce. 

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