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Downers Grove commercial litigation attorney Kevin O'Flaherty talks about how to dissolve a corporation.
This article, our Downers Grove business litigation attorneys discuss how to dissolve a corporation in Illinois. We explain the differences between voluntary dissolution and involuntary dissolution, why it is important to properly obtain shareholder consent to dissolve the corporation, and how to file articles of dissolution with the Illinois Secretary of State and wind up your corporation in order to prevent corporate liability from being attributed to the corporation's officers and directors.
In this Learn About Law podcast & videoblog, Downers Grove commercial litigation attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses the Illinois Appeals process
Our Downers Grove commercial litigation attorneys explain the process of filing an appeal in Illinois business disputes. The article also covers:
Find out what can be appealed and what actions are taken in this article by our Downers Grove commercial litigation attorneys.
Downers Grove commercial litigation attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains how motions for summary judgment work in business litigation.
Our Downers Grove business litigation attorneys explain motions for summary judgment in the context of commercial disputes. Motions for summary judgment are used to resolve all or some of the issues in a case without the need for a trial. In a motion for summary judgment, the movant argues that there are no important disputes as to the underlying facts surrounding the issue in question. If this is the case, then it is not necessary to present evidence to the trier of fact. Instead, the judge is able to apply the facts to the law in a motion for summary judgment hearing, instead of an evidentiary trial. Our Downers Grove commercial litigation attorneys explain the process by which motions for summary judgment are briefed and heard by the civil court.