"A contract is unconscionable [under Illinois law] when, viewed as a whole, 'it is improvident, oppressive, or totally one-sided.' . . . 'The presence of a commercially unreasonable term, in the sense of a term that no one in his right mind would have agreed to, can be relevant to drawing an inference of unconscionability but cannot be equated to it.'"
Unconscionability under Illinois law
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