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In this article, our Downers Grove civil defense attorneys discuss written discovery as a tool for preparation for depositions and trials. You will learn all about various phases of written discovery including requests for production of documents and admission of facts, and interrogatories. Our Downers Grove defense attorneys also go over the objection commonly associated to requesting information and how it is solved through motions to enforce responses for discovery requests and Illinois Rule 201(k) letters.
In the following article, our Downers Grove civil defense litigators explain the use of motions for summary judgment.
A motion for summary judgment can be used to request a court provide a ruling on some or all of the issues in your case without going to trial. If there is no issue of material fact and judgment is appropriate for a matter of law, motions for summary judgment are genuinely granted. Finally, our Downers Grove civil defense litigators also talk about the process in which a motion for summary judgment is decided, which can include an oral argument in a court hearing or a briefing by both parties.