Navar v Tribler Orpett and Meyer PC

Recent Illinois Case: Navar v. Tribler, Orpett and Meyer, P.C.

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In this unpublished opinion, the Appellate Court affirmed the dismissal of three claims against lawyers. A breach of contract claim was properly dismissed because the plaintiff failed to identify a specific contract term that was breached. The malpractice claim was properly dismissed because the complained of acts involved judgment and not malpractice. The fraud claim was properly dismissed because predictions of future events do not constitute fraud. The Appellate Court also affirmed the trial court’s refusal to allow a further amendment.

Navar v. Tribler, Orpett and Meyer, P.C., 2015 IL App (1st) 142641-U

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