Karl Heideck is a familiar legal face in Greater Philadelphia Area with highly professional and great quality litigation services. He added expertise legal services even accessible to the lower section of the society. Many people are not sure what is litigation service, and what the difference between an ordinary attorney and litigation attorney is. While the attorney is a term given to anyone who gives legal advice to his clients, a litigator is more specific and the one who represents the client in a courtroom defending or prosecuting a lawsuit – presenting motions, trial arguments, pleadings, settlement, appeal, etc.
In a real sense, litigation is a specialized division in Law that handles civil suits. Interestingly, any American lawyer can become a litigator but needs greater expertise and experience to present lawsuits in courts and win it. To pursue a career in Law, every candidate has to complete 4-year graduation; though there is no specification about the subject, it is better to proceed in English, government, public speaking, economics, philosophy or history. Upon completion of graduation, the candidates can apply to Law School and earn the LL.B. Finally, pass the Bar Examination of the particular state by American Bar Association and start practicing litigation cases to gain experience.
Karl Heideck has additional expertise in risk management review and compliance. He focuses on banking litigation, complex security fraud, legal research, commercial litigation, employment law, and corporate law. Karl Heideck has around a decade proven record in litigation services and currently works as a Contract Attorney at Hire Counsel.
Karl Heideck completed his Bachelor of Arts in English Language, Literature, and Letters from Swarthmore College. He did his Law graduation from James E. Beasley School of Law – Temple University and started working with Conrad O’Brien as a Law Associate. Karl later worked with Pepper Hamilton LLP as a Project Attorney for more than three years before joining Hire Counsel.
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