Litigations are proceedings conducted by two entities to solve a dispute. There are four main steps involved in a dispute litigation procedure, which includes pleadings, discovery, trial, and appeals. Pleading is a process where the conflicting parties file their initial papers explaining their differences. After the pleadings, discovery follows where each party conducts research about the case. After all the groups find evidence, the case goes to trial to get a verdict. Where there is a dissatisfied party, an appeal follows and more information click here.
About Karl Heideck
Karl Heideck is a litigator skilled in legal writing, corporate law, and legal research. He boasts more than a decade of professional experience in legal practice. Heideck completed his degree in disciplines of English and law at Swarthmore College. He is also a proud alumnus of Temple University where he received a degree in J.D. Law. Throughout his litigation career, he has worked as an associate at Conrad O’ Brien where he represented individual and corporate clients. While working for this company, he handled matters concerning SEC receivership, toxic tort defense, government investigations, white collar criminal defense, and subprime litigation.
At Conrad O’ Brien, he acquired skills in the development of analytical memoranda, execution of filed pleadings, and professional correspondence. Heideck has also served as a project attorney at Pepper Hamilton LLP in the Great Philadelphia Area. While working for this firm, he was in charge of developing quality control reviews to enhance compliance. He currently works for Hire Counsel as a contract’s attorney in Wilmington, Delaware. He handles issues revolving around liquidity, acquisitions, risk management, and transactions. Heideck also hosts weekly meetings to review and improve the company’s protocols. Heideck is a longstanding member of the Afro-IP African Intellectual Property and learn more about Karl.
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