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Tinley Park defense attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses the written discovery phase of litigation.
Our Tinley Park attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses the importance of written discovery in the preparation of depositions and trials. Explained are the different stages of discovery which includes the appeal for the manufacturing of documents, inquiries and the admission of facts. Also explored are common objections related to the inquiry of information and Illinois Rule 201 (K) Letters which resolve any objections and enforce a response to discovery requests.
Tinley Park Litigation Defense Attorney Kevin O'Flaherty Explains How You Can Use Motions For Summary Judgment In Civil Litigation Litigation Matters
Our Tinley Park civil defense attorneys discuss the process motions for summary judgment are created. Motions for summary judgments are requests presented a court requesting a ruling on motions without trial. We explain how judgments on these rulings are granted if there is an appropriate matter of law and no issue of material fact is present.
In this article, our Tinley Park defense attorneys discuss what can be recognized as breaches of contract and the means to protect against it. Potential breaches of contract include anticipatory repudiation, the mutual mistake of material fact, impracticality, undue influence and fraud.
Also, we explain what can invalidate contracts includingcontract ambiguities, loopholes, unenforceable one-sided clauses and statues that can make a contract invalid.