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DuPage County defense attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses the written discovery phase of litigation.
In this article, our DuPage civil defense attorneys explain the written discovery phase of litigation, including interrogatories, requests for production of documents, and requests for admission of facts. We explain common objections to requests for information, and how such objections are resolved through Illinois Rule 201(k) letters and motions to compel responses to discovery requests. Our DuPage defense lawyers also explain the purpose of written discovery and how it can be used as a tool to prepare for deposition and trial.
DuPage County Litigation Defense Attorney Kevin O'Flaherty Explains How You Can Use Motions For Summary Judgment In Civil Litigation Matters
In this article, our DuPage County civil defense attorneys explain motions for summary judgment in civil litigation. Motions for Summary Judgment request that a court rule on some or all of the issues in your case without a trial. Motions for summary judgment are typically granted if there is no genuine issue of material fact and judgment is appropriate as a matter of law. We also discuss the process for deciding motions for summary judgment, including a briefing by both sides and oral argument at a court hearing.
In this article, our Dupage civil litigation defense attorneys explain common defenses to breach of contract, including fraud, mutual mistake of material fact, material breach by the other party, anticipatory repudiation by the other party, unconscionability, undue influence, and impracticability. We also discuss other considerations such as contract loopholes, statutes which invalidate the contract, unenforceable one-sided clauses, and contract ambiguities.