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Naperville contract attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses how maximum price contract works.
Our Naperville contract attorneys discuss the process of having your contract reviewed by an attorney. We discuss how having your contract reviewed and negotiated by an attorney can be a cost-effective way to prevent breach of contract litigation and to protect your rights. Having your contract reviewed is affordable and may save you money in the long run by preventing an unfair or ambiguous contract that is likely to lead to expensive disputes.
Naperville merger and acquisition lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty discusses employment Agreements and independent contractor agreements.
In this article, our Naperville contract lawyers discuss common ways to get out of a dissatisfying contract. This may include utilizing elegal defenses to breach of contract claims, including material breach by the other party to the contract, duress, anticipatory, unconscionability, fraud and impracticality. Lastly, we discuss ambiguities in the contract, statutes that make certain contracts invalid and other loopholes that may help you get out of a contract without being liable to the other party for breach.
In this Learn About Law episode, Naperville contract attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the top 5 things to look out for in your residential real estate contract.
Our Naperville contract attorneys discuss why it is important to include an enforcement clause in all of your contracts. An enforcement clause provides that if a dispute arises between the parties to the contract, the winning party will pay the losing party's attorney fees and court costs. This is important because it prevents frivolous litigation by putting the loser on the hook for the winner's attorney fees. It also makes meritorious litigation economically feasible by increasing the amount that can be sought in damages.