Our Downers Grove contract attorneys have a multitude of contract reviewing, negotiating, and drafting experience for nearly all types of contracts whether it is business or personal. Our contract attorneys are proud of their efficiency, above and beyond customer service, and cost-effective rates.
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Downers Grove contract law attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses how maximum price contracts work.
In this article, our Downers Grove contract lawyers explain the process of having your contract reviewed by an attorney and how it can seem intimidating and costly to those who have never done it. However, having your contract reviewed by an attorney is a simple and affordable process and it can save you significant money in the long run if you have a contract that it is poorly drafted. Our contract lawyers protect your rights and help you avoid breach of contract litigation.
Downers Grove merger and acquisition attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses employment agreements and independent contractors.
In this article, our Downers Grove contract attorneys summarize the most common defenses to getting out of an unsatisfactory contract , including material breach by the other party to the contract, anticipatory repudiation, duress, unconscionability, impracticality, and fraud. We also discuss other defenses such as contract loopholes, statutes that make certain contracts invalid, and ambiguities.
In this Learn About Law episode, Downers Grove merger & acquisition lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty discusses the top 5 things to look out for in your residential real estate contract.
In this article, our Downers Grove contract lawyers explain why every contract should have an attorney fee clause. In a contract dispute both parties will encounter attorney fees, but if the contract has an attorney fee clause, it will ensure that if either party successfully pursues or defends a cause of action for breach of contract, the losing party will pay the winning party’s attorney fees. Attorney Fee Clauses are important for a number of reasons including that it will encourage settlement, deter frivolous lawsuits, and Allow meritorious lawsuits to be economically feasible.