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In this Learn About Law podcast & videoblog, Illinois commercial litigation attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses the Illinois appeals process.
Our Illinois commercial litigation attorneys explain the process of filing an appeal in Illinois. The article also covers:
Find out what can be appealed and what actions are taken in the follwoing article by our Illinois corporate litigation attorneys.
In this Learn About Law podcast & videoblog, Illinois Business litigation attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses motions to dismiss in Illinois commercial litigation.
In this article, our Illinois commercial litigation attorneys discuss how motions to dismiss are used to dispose of business litigation cases early in litigation. We explain the types of cases that can be dismissed through an Illinois Supreme Court Rule 2-615 Motions to Dismiss versus those that can be dismissed via Rule 2-619 Motions to Dismiss, as well as the factors involved for dismissal under each rule.
Our Illinois commercial litigation lawyers explain the process of submitting written briefs in supprort of and against the motion, and orally arguing in favor of their briefs at hearing. Finally, we explain the difference between a case being dismissed with prejudice and being dismissed without prejudice, as well as the ramifications for each side.
In this Learn About Law podcast & videoblog, Illinois Business attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses
In this article, our Illinois commercial litigation lawyers explain who is responsible for attorney fees in Illinois business disputes. The general rule in Illinois is that each side of a dispute bears its own attorney fees and court costs nless the parties have a contract providing otherwise or attorney fee reimbursement is provided by statute for a particular cause of action.
Attorney fee clauses in contracts state that if there is dispute between two parties, the winning party is permitted to receive court costs and attorney fees from the other party. Including these clauses is very important because it can discourage frivolous litigation and enables meritorious claims to become more economically feasible.