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Fired Agent Files Suit in Illinois Against Baseball Star’s Financial Adviser

J.D. Martinez of the Boston Red Sox is a Major League Baseball All-Star who earned more than $23 million during the 2019 season. Sports agents battle fiercely to represent players with that level of stature and salary. However, a prominent Chicago agent claims that a third-party financial adviser led Martinez to terminate his contract prematurely. Read More

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More Contract Law FAQs

Contract law can prove quite complicated.  This post addresses additional FAQs. Q.        What constitutes “performance”? A party “performs” by doing what the contract requires.  Performance may become disputed, especially where the contract is unclear. Q.        What are my remedies if the other party breached our contract? The type of transaction and the contract terms may Read More

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Contract Law FAQ

Much of our practice – both litigation and transactional – involves contracts.  This blog post discusses common issues relating to contract law. Q.        What is a “contract”? A “contract” is an enforceable agreement.  The party seeking to establish a contract generally must show: (1) an offer, (2) an acceptance, (3) a lawful purpose, and (4) Read More

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Commercial Litigation FAQs

Q.     What is a “commercial litigation”? Generally speaking, we use the broad term “commercial litigation” to describe any litigation involving trade and commerce.  It can encompass contract disputes, UCC lawsuits, commercial lease litigation, commission lawsuits, business fraud cases, and much, much more. Q.        How do I prove a breach of contract? Under Illinois Read More

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