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Downers Grove contract dispute attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses the top 5 things to look out for in your residential real estate contract.
In this article, our Downers Grove breach of contract lawyers explain common defenses to breach of contract including the material breach by the other party, anticipatory repudiation, duress, unconscionability, impracticability, undue influence, fraud, and mistake. We also discuss other considerations in contract defense, including statutes that make the contract illegal, unenforceable one-sided clauses, and contract loopholes.
Downers Grove breach of contract attorney Kevin O'Flaherty of O'Flaherty Law discusses Illinois Litigation: Motions To Dismiss Explained. Explored are 2615 Motions to Dismiss and 2619 Motions to Dismiss as well as the factors involved for the dismissal under each.
In this article, our Downers Grove contract dispute lawyers explain how motions to dismiss work in civil litigation, including the difference between a 2-615 and a 2-619 motion to dismiss, and how motions to dismiss can be used as a tool to efficiently dispose of unmeritorious cases. 2-615 Motions to Dismiss are typically filed when the complaint fails to properly state a cause of action. 2-619 Motions to Dismiss are filed when an affirmative matter will easily defeat the claim. If a motion to dismiss is filed, each side will typically submit briefs to the court before an oral argument will be held to persuade the judge to rule in your favor.
Downers Grove breach of contract attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses Motions for Summary Judgement in civil litigation.
In this article, our Downers Grove contract dispute lawyers explain the importance of including an attorney fee clause in your contract. Attorney fee clauses allow the winning party in contract litigation to collect attorney fees and court costs from the other side as damages. This serves the dual purpose of dissuading parties from pursuing frivolous suits against one another and of making meritorious suits economically feasible.