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This video outlines the top 5 things to look out for in your residential real estate contract, and is explained by Elmhurst attorney Kevin O'Flaherty.
In this article, our Elmhurst contract litigation lawyers explain the reasons why the attorney fee clause is important for your contract. The attorney fee clause allows the winning party to collect attorney fees and court costs against the other side as damages. This not only dissuades parties from frivolous lawsuits but also makes meritorious lawsuits more affordable.
In this Learn About Law episode, Kevin O'Flaherty discusses the Illinois appeals process.
In this article, our Elmhurst contract litigation attorneys talk about some defenses that can be used in a breach of contract case such as anticipatory repudiation, duress, unconscionability, impracticability, undue influence, fraud, and mistake. Also, the article goes over other considerations in contract defense such as contract loopholes, and one-sided clauses. All of these acts would make the contract illegal and thereby not enforceable.
Elmhurst defense attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses a strong civil defense tool, motions to dismiss.
In this article, our Elmhurst breach of contract attorneys explain the 2-615 and 2-619 motions to dismiss in civil litigation. Both serve the purpose of disposing of an unmeritorious case. The 2-615 Motion to Dismiss is filed when the plaintiff fails to properly state a cause of action in the Complaint. The 2-619 Motion to Dismiss is filed when there is an affirmative matter that will easily defeat the claim.
IF a motion to dismiss is filed, each side will ordinarily submit briefs to the court. This happens before an oral argument is held to persuade the judge in an effort to persuade the judge to rule in your favor.