Litigation is a process by which disputes are resolved by either filing a complaint or answering a complaint through the public court system. Litigation is most often settled by whatever parties involved, but it can also be taken to court and be heard by either a judge or jury. Regardless of what the common conception about litigation is, the fact is that it is not just another lawsuit. There are a variety of activities that can be involved with litigation in order to enforce a legal right. Litigation starts once someone has decided to enforce or defend their legal rights.
Karl Heideck is a highly regarded litigator in Philadelphia, in which he has a vast amount of experience in litigation, risk management, and compliance. He began working as a contract attorney at Grant & Eisenhofer in early 2015. In 2010 Karl Heideck worked as a project attorney for Pepper Hamilton LLP, to which he was a top level quality control specialist until mid 2014. Karl Heideck also worked for Conrad O’Brien as an associate from the beginning of 2010 until August of 2010, in which he represented individual clients and corporate clients in complex and commercial litigation. Karl Heideck obtained his law degree from Temple University in 2009.
Karl Heideck has a large skillset which includes corporate law, legal writing, litigation, legal research, product liability, courts, commercial litigation, teaching, arbitration, intellectual property, employment law, trials, teaching, mediation, Westlaw, and civil litigation. He has dealt with issues pertaining to white collar defense and has also dealt with bankruptcy restructuring.
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