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In this Learn About Law podcast & videoblog, Naperville contract dispute attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses the Illinois appeals process.
Our Naperville contract litigation attorneys discuss common defenses to breach of contract. These may include:
Additionally, we explain other considerations in contract defense that could potentially make the contract illegal. These include contract loopholes, and unenforceable one-sided clauses.
Naperville contract dispute Attorney Kevin O'Flaherty of O'Flaherty Law discusses Illinois Litigation: Motions To Dismiss Explained. Explored are 2615 Motions to Dismiss and 2619 Motions to Dismiss as well as the factors involved for the dismissal under each.
Oun Naperville contract litigation lawyers explain motions to dismiss in contract litigation. Motions to dismiss include two different types, 2-615 and a 2-619. In this article, we discuss the difference between them and how motions to dismiss can terminate unmeritorious cases. Additionally, If a motion to dismiss is filed, both sides will submit briefs to the court. This is done before an oral argument in hopes of persuading the judge to rule in your favor.
Naperville contract dispute lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty, in this episode of Learn About Law, discusses the top 5 things to look out for in your residential real estate contract.
Our Naperville contract litigation attorneys discuss the importance of an attorney fee clause in your contracts. The Attorney fee clause allows the winning party in a contract litigation to collect court cost and attorney fees from the opposing party. The attorney fee clause prevents lawsuits over minor disagreements and makes meritorious suits more affordable.