Litigation is the process in which an individual or an entity files a legal complaint or a lawsuit against other individual or entity. The legal proceedings are conducted in a court that is suitably empowered by the state/country to take on such a case. The parties involved in the lawsuit are termed as litigants, and the professional attorneys who represent both the parties are known as litigators. The lawyers need to study law after high school and go on to complete Juris Doctor from a state approved law school before practicing law. The lawyers also need to be licensed by the state bar council of their respective state.
The litigation is a process in which various problems and disputes can be solved as per the state’s law and guidelines by merit and evidence. It helps in solving the case amicably under the supervision of legal authority of the state. The attorneys who represent the case also need to practice for several years under senior attorneys or the leading law firms to gain the experience and the expertise in the field of law, and if they want to start their independent legal practice.
One of the leading attorneys in Philadelphia is Karl Heideck, who is known as an expert on the topic of product liability, litigation, compliance law, risk management, administrative law, mergers and acquisition, commercial law, corporate governance, and more. Karl Heideck has done his graduation in English Literature from the Swarthmore College and went on to pursue Juris Doctor Degree at the Temple University – James E. Beasley School of Law.
Karl Heideck has worked under the successful senior attorney Conrad O’Brien during the start of his career and has worked for over three years as project attorney at Pepper Hamilton LLP. Presently, Karl Heideck serves as a contract attorney for Grant & Eisenhofer PA. Karl Heideck is available for legal consultation in the Greater Philadelphia area, where he practices. He studies the case thoroughly and charts a useful legal course to ensure his clients get the outcome they are looking for.