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In this Learn About Law episode, Naperville business litigation attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses why it makes sense to hire an attorney to set up your corporation or LLC.
Our Naperville commercial litigation attorneys explain potential ways of getting out of a contract. Although signing a contract may feel seem binding, there are some cases that would excuse you out of a contract. These may include, material breach by the other party, duress, impracticability, undue influence, mistake, fraud and anticipatory repudiation. We discuss other factors that could potentially make a contract illegal or unenforceable.
In this Learn About Law podcast & videoblog, Naperville business litigation attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses motions to dismiss in litigations.
Our Naperville commercial dispute attorneys discuss the proves of motions to dismiss. Motions to dismiss are used as a form of leverage by the defense to dismiss complaints that do not state a cause of action or are overcome by a statutory effect in the complaint. This article discusses motions to dismiss as well as the process in which the motions are briefed by the lawyers, oral arguments heard by the judge and the aftermath of a motions to dismiss ruling.
In this Learn About Law podcast & videoblog, Naperville business litigation lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains the 11 situations in which you should consult your business attorney.
In this article, our Naperville business attorneys explain who bears the attorney fees in commercial litigation. An attorney fee clause essentially states that should a dispute arise between the two parties, the winning party of the contract dispute is entitled to attorney fees and court cost from the other side. It is important to put an attorney fee clause into a contract for various reasons. An attorney clause may deter parties from thoughtless lawsuits and make lawsuits meritorious and affordable.