Mr. Karl Heideck – Litigation Attorney

Mr. Karl Heideck - Litigation Attorney
Mr. Karl Heideck – Litigation Attorney

Quite often lawyers are contracted to act on behalf of their clients by filing the litigation process in the law court or at the arbitrator office. The plaintiff and the defendant in a lawsuit are considered litigators even though both may be represented by lawyers. A trial lawyer in a court or arbitration process is called a litigator even though he/she represents the client for or against in the case.

Mr. Karl Heideck is one of those litigation attorneys. He is reported by THE SOLE READER as a Philadelphia-based litigator who is very successful in his duties. In less than 10 years after graduating from law school, he already built a name brand through his achievements. He is a talented attorney with skills in areas of employment law, product liability, legal writing, commercial litigation, and legal research. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree from Swarthmore College in 2002 and his J.D. Law degree with honors from Temple University – James E. Beasley School of Law in 2009.

Mr. Karl Heideck is currently a contract attorney at Grant & Eisenhofer, PA where he handles complex securities fraud and banking litigation issues; issues relating to transactions, acquisitions, risk management, and liquidity positions in respect the sub-prime banking crises of 2008. He also participates in weekly conferences for company review protocols.

Mr. Karl Heideck worked as a project attorney at Pepper Hamilton LLP from October 2010 to April 2014. He performed various legal duties ranging from orientation, review materials for fact investigation, etc. He worked to improve the company’s protocols and training to ensure rigorous compliances with ethical and professional standards in the entire company. He worked as an associate for a brief period at Conrad O’Brien firm. There he represented corporate and individual clients in commercial litigation including government investigations, and the like. He researched and wrote analytical memoranda, wrote and filed pleadings and participated in settlement negotiations.