Lawsuits represent highly complicated legal matters. Not only do they involve the application of complex laws, but judicial procedures related to lawsuits and litigation require an experienced, tenacious attorney.
Codes of civil procedure in each of the 50 states, as well as a separate one on the federal level, set forth the manner in which a lawsuit is to be litigated. Time and again, a lawsuit runs aground, even ending up being dismissed, because of a failure to follow properly the applicable code of civil procedure.
The reality is that litigation requires a unique skill set for a lawyer. In other words, merely earning a law degree is not enough to become an effective litigator like Karl Heideck.
The unique skill set for a litigator includes the ability to make a strong presentation in court. This necessitates highly refined verbal skills and the keen ability to make an effective, compelling oral presentation.
Part of the litigation process also necessitates a litigation attorney to be a keen writer. He or she must be able to form legal arguments in a cogent and concise manner, arguments which readily translate in a seamless manner into an associated oral presentation in the courtroom.
Karl Heideck is an example of a litigation attorney with the expertize necessary to effectively represent the interests of a client. As a litigator, Heideck has focused on representing clients in lawsuits involving matters that include different types of underlying legal issues. He is also involved in representing clients in the realms of compliance and risk management review.
Other areas in which Heideck has demonstrated a strong legal capacity include employment law, mediation, and intellectual property law.
Heideck obtained his law degree from Temple University in 2009. He received his undergraduate degree from Swarthmore College. At Swarthmore, Heideck received a degree in English and literature, with a concentration in letters.
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