Karl Heideck is a renowned barrister based in Jenkintown, Philadelphia. As an attorney, he specializes majorly in litigation, compliance and risk management cases. Moreover, he is an expert in legal writing, corporate law, product liability, intellectual property protection, employment proceedings and legal research.
Karl Heideck’s educational background and journey in his career are breathtaking. He earned a bachelor’s degree in the year 2003 from Swarthmore college. His interest in becoming a certified litigator saw him joining the Temple University’s James E. Beasley school of Law. He received a Juris Doctor from the institution in the year 2009 after which he entered the professional practice. Thereafter, he has been building his reputation through hard work and consistency. As a legal writer, he expounds on contemporary legal developments via his blog pages.
Karl Heideck has more than six years’ experience as an attorney in the field of law. For nearly a decade he has been practicing law in and around Philadelphia State. Currently, he is a contract attorney listed by Hire Counsel, an innovative service provider for law firms, since April 2015. In the past years, he practiced as a project attorney and even held an associate position in a law firm. In the course of this period, he acquired valuable knowledge of filling and responding to complaints. This is because he pursued the field of post-trial and personal jurisdiction and general law settings. General law comprises of business, family, litigation, real estate criminal and insurance. This makes him an all-around attorney that can chip into several cases. During his time as an associate attorney, Heideck represented not only corporate but also individual clients in matters involving sub-prime banking litigations, government investigations, and white-collar criminal defense.
As a litigator, Karl Heideck’s role are varied but with an extensive range of cases ranging from corporate to criminal suits. His roles as a litigator are to supervise and manage the phases of litigation. These phases include investigations, pre-trial, trial, settlements, and appeals. Of more interest is that being a litigator, Mr. Karl Heideck does not spend most of his time in the courtrooms. This is because in many cases, litigators settle cases between clients before it goes for trials in the courtroom, unlike some attorneys who most of the time settle lawsuits in the courts. Heideck also takes legal actions on behalf of his clients against individuals and organizations. He also defends his clients in trials when a law is brought against them.