Litigation is a legal process that involves two opposing parties that are seeking to find amicable solutions to their pending problems. In the litigation process, the person contemplating the lawsuit (plaintiff) demands certain actions from the person who caused the harm (defendant). When the defendant ignores the demands, the plaintiff starts a lawsuit by filling the complaint in a civil trial court.
In most instances, the plaintiff seeks the services of a litigator, an attorney who oversees the entire litigation processes. The litigator conducts a thorough investigation of the case before writing a demand letter to the court, which consequently serves the defendant with the lawsuit. The defendant is required to respond to the allegations within a specified time. This is followed by the exchange of information in a debate involving both parties before a ruling can be made.
Karl Heideck is a highly experienced litigator. He started his career at Conrad O’brien where he served as an associate. Karl was responsible for representing commercial litigation as well as analyzing and reviewing government investigation documents. He has extensive knowledge and experience in the fields of bankruptcy, pharmaceutical litigation and white-collar defense. Previously, Karl Heideck worked for Pepper Hamilton LLP as a project attorney. He was charged with the duty of reviewing documents for fact investigation, preparation of trials, and discovery of different leads linked to a given case.
Karl Heideck is an alumnus of the Swarthmore College where he pursued English and Literature. Later, he proceeded to Tempe University Beasley School of Law. Karl worked for Grant & Eisenhofer where he gained immense knowledge about the litigation process. He also has a broad expertise on risk management, liquidity positions of the banking crisis of 2008, and acquisitions. For over a decade, Karl Heideck has been practicing litigation. Presently, he is based in Philadelphia where his legal research and writing skills made him famous.
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