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McHenry County business litigation attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains motions for summary judgment in businesses disputes.
In this article, our McHenry County commercial litigation lawyers explain motions for summary judgment in business disputes. Motions for summary judgment are a way to dispose of a case without the necessity for a costly trial. Our McHenry County business litigation lawyers will file motions for summary judgment if we believe we can prove that the key facts relating to some or all of the claims in the case are not in dispute, and, based on the undisputed facts, the law requires judgment in our client's favor.
McHenry County commercial litigation attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains motions to dismiss in commercial litigation.
In this article, our McHenry County commercial litigation lawyers explain motions to dismiss in McHenry County business disputes. In order to maintain a cause of action against a defendant in McHenry County, the plaintiff must file a pleading called a complaint that alleges facts that would entitle the plaintiff to damages or other relief from the defendant. Our McHenry County business litigation lawyers will file motions to dismiss the complaint if the complaint fails to state facts that would amount to a valid cause of action. If the case is dismissed with prejudice, it may not be refiled. If it is dismissed without prejudice, the plaintiff has the opportunity to amend the complaint and refile it.
McHenry County commercial litigation lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains the written discovery phase of McHerny County business litigation.
In this article, our McHenry County business litigation attorneys explain the written discovery phase of commercial litigation. Early in a commercial litigation case, each party will issue written requests for information and documents to the other and to third parties. These are called interrogatories, requests for production of documents, requests for admission of facts, and subpoenas. The purpose of these requests is to allow both sides to understand the full range of information at each party's disposal in order to narrow issues for trial and prepare for depositions.