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Damages in a Breach of Contract Lawsuit
When one party breaches the contract, it most likely negatively impacts the other. A court may order the breaching party to compensate the other for the harm done. This compensation [...]
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Shareholder Lawsuits: Derivative v. Direct
As a shareholder in a corporation, your interests are directly tied to the company’s prosperity. Your top priority should be protecting your business investment and usually, the Board of Directors [...]
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Proving Legal Malpractice
When you hire an attorney, you expect them to have your best interests at heart. However, attorneys make mistakes, whether intentionally or unintentionally, that can harm the client. Often, clients [...]
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Get a Grip–Conflict in Illinois Over Mend-the-Hold Doctrine Remains
The mend-the-hold doctrine can prevent parties from changing their defenses in a breach of contract case mid-litigation, but it is not always a surefire defense. A recent case demonstrates the [...]
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Defenses to a Breach of Contract Lawsuit
A  valid contract is a legally binding document, and when parties enter into a contract, they are bound by its terms. When one party does not hold up their end [...]
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What Fiduciary Duties Do I Owe My Business Partner?
When people enter into a partnership agreement, they will often owe their business partners certain fiduciary duties. These duties are intended to prevent conflict, ensure success of the business, and [...]
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How to Choose the Right Trial Lawyer for Your Case?
The litigation process can be very intimidating, which is why it is very important to choose the right trial lawyer for your case. A business litigation attorney offers more than [...]
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Suing Your Business Partner
No one wants to have to sue their business partner. As experienced business litigation attorneys, we understand that.  Afterall, you probably formed the partnership because you genuinely like this person. [...]
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Attorney Client Privilege Origin
The attorney-client privilege doctrine is one of the oldest known privileges in the legal system. It began in the range of Elizabeth the first in England. At that time, the [...]
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