As a litigator, the primary assessment of any case is, for determining the need to move forward with a law suit. All litigators take many factors into consideration to assist and prepare their client with moving forward in a direction that is most-favorable to them, but also what is judicially ethical to the court.
Karl Heideck’s ethical and professional understanding of the litigation process is why clients continue to reach out, for his legal expertise. Karl Heideck practices law in the greater Philadelphia area and specializes in knowing how to pursue litigation without continuously needing to utilize a courtroom to come to a reasonable solution. Although necessary in certain cases, in Karl’s experience he’s found that a more prudent way of resolving a case is by determining if pretrial discoveries justify a courtroom resolution.
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In order for a person to become a litigator they must first obtain a Juris Doctor (J.D.) Degree, which Karl Heideck received in 2009. Graduating from Templeton University Beasley School of Law, Karl has since developed a client base through his expertise of the litigation process, including post-trial and appeals on behalf of those clients. He’s been board certified, for the past seven years with his Philadelphia private practice.
Through Karl’s experience as an Attorney, his expertise of risk management and compliance has been utilized, in the negotiation of the law relating to family, business, real estate, criminal and insurance. His skills as a negotiator provide outstanding dispute resolution on behalf of the many clients he serves.
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