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DuPage business litigation attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses the process for the written discovery phase of commercial litigation.
In the article below, our DuPage County business litigation attorneys discuss what can occur during commercial litigation, specifically the discovery phase. This includes the exchange of information and narrowing of the issues for trial using methods such as requests for the production of documents, interrogatories, and requests to admit facts. Our DuPage County business litigation lawyers discuss the methods used in preparing for depositions and trials as well as overcoming delays and objections in response to discovery requests through motions ot compel responses to discovery requests.
DuPage County business dispute attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains motions to dismiss in DuPage County commercial litigation.
Our DuPage County commercial dispute lawyers explain the method used in business litigation to dismiss unwarranted cases in an affordable, efficient manner. We explain the process of using motions to dismiss including the briefing process in which each side presents the court with memorandums of law in support of their argument, as well as the hearing process and oral arguement.
Our DuPage business litigation attorneys also explain the difference between Illinois Supreme Court Rule 2-615 and 2-619 motions to dismiss. Rule 2-619 motions to dismiss are used for the dismissal of the case due to the defeat of a plaintiff's claim based on an affirmative defense or extraneous facts. Rule 2-615 Motions to dismiss can be used to dismiss a complaint due to a failure of the complaint to properly state a cause of action on its face.
In this Learn About Law episode, DuPage County attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses how maximum price contracts work.
In this article, our DuPage County business dispute attorneys explain non-compete agreements and when they are enforceable. Non-compete agreements must be tailored very specifically in order to be enforceable. If a non-compete agreement is too broad in the type of behavior it limits, duration, or geographical scope, courts may find the entire agreement to be invalid. Our DuPage County commercial dispute lawyers have extensive experience in interpreting the enforceability of non-compete agreements in business contracts.