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Naperville defense attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses the written discovery phase of litigation.
In this article, Naperville attorney Kevin O’Flaherty explains how written discovery is a great tool in preparing for trials and depositions. There are various phases of written discovery. These include requests for production of documents, interrogatories and requests for admission of facts. We explain each of these documents and also discuss common objections to written discovery. We explain and the process of resolving objections and compelling discovery responses when the other party fails to adequately respond.
In this Learn About Law podcast & videoblog, Naperville civil defense attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses a motions for summary judgement in civil litigation cases.
In this article, our Naperville civil defense litigators discuss the use of motions for summary judgment. Motions for summary judgment may be used to request a court to provide a ruling on all or some of the issues in the case without trial. We discuss how motions for summary judgment are filed and the process for briefing and hearing these motions. If there is no issue of material fact and judgment is appropriate for a matter of law, motions of summary judgment are often granted, and can be a more cost-effective defense strategy than a trial.
In this Learn About Law podcast & videoblog, Naperville litigation defense attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses motions to dismiss in civil litigation cases.
Our Naperville defense attorneys discuss common defenses to breach of contract claims. We explain unconscionability, material breach by the other party, impracticality, undue influence, fraud, mutual mistake of material fact and anticipatory repudiation.
We also discuss contract loopholes, contract ambiguities, and statutes which make the contract invalid and unenforceable based on one-sided clauses.