Litigation is among the most well-known and challenging aspects of the legal field. An attorney responsible for litigation cases is referred to as a litigator, sometimes also known as a trial lawyer. A litigator, who possesses a law degree from an accredited college or university, defends clients who have been implicated in law suits or criminal activity, typically in a court room setting.
In addition to representing clients during trials, litigators are responsible for overseeing every other pertinent aspect of the litigation process, including such crucial steps as investigation, pleadings, discovery, pre-trial, settlement and appeal.
One noteworthy attorney who has enjoyed success as a Litigator is Karl Heideck. After earning a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English from Swarthmore College in 2003, Karl Heideck continued his education at Temple University Law School where he earned a Juris Doctor (JD Law Degree) in 2009. After his 2010 admittance into the Pennsylvania Bar, Karl Heideck established his solid reputation as an Associate Attorney at Philadelphia’s Conrad O’Brien Law Firm. It was here he harnessed his skills as a hard-driving legal mind who enthusiastically participated in all phases of the litigation process in compliance law, risk-management law, banking law, government investigation and in the defense of those accused of white collar crimes.
Though now considered a litigation expert, Karl Heideck is not content. He is determined to take the next step in his career and build a larger client base in a private practice and offer his knowledge of legal specialties like family law, business law, litigation, real estate law, criminal law and insurance law. Karl Heideck currently maintains an office in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania.