Do you have a dispute that has gone beyond mediation? Would you like a resolution mechanism that has been tried and tested for centuries? Then litigation is the answer you need. Litigation is a dispute resolution mechanism that involves filing a claim with a court of law. The basis of the complaint is seeking equitable remedy for a loss incurred by the claimant filing the suit through their litigator, an individual with legal knowledge who represents the interests of one party in the suit. Litigation normally has two sides the claimant, who files the suit and the defendant, who has to respond to the claimant’s allegations.
After the litigator files the suit, it falls upon the jurisdiction of the court to listen to both parties through their litigators and gauge whether to rule for the claimant or the defendant. Litigators play a significant role in the outcome of a suit and as such both parties need to take a high standard of care when hiring one. To be a litigant one has to have a bachelor’s degree to take the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) and enroll in a school of law to obtain a Juris Doctor degree and pass the state bar exam to be admitted to the roll of advocates.
Karl Heideck is an expert litigator based in Philadelphia. After attending Swarthmore College (1999-2003) where he obtained his bachelor’s degree in English Language and Literature, he was able to build a solid educational foundation which is the hallmark for successful litigation. Karl Heideck then enrolled in Templeton University Beasley School of Law, receiving a JD, in 2009 before beginning work as an attorney in Philadelphia. He was able to earn board certification in his practice and a license in general law which shows Karl Heideck’s competence in his field. To add to that, he specializes in litigation, compliance and risk management.
Karl Heideck’s eight years in the legal field have given him hands-on experience in all aspects of the litigation process ensuring he is the best option to represent a client and gaining a favorable judgment. Heideck is not limited to serving individuals but also takes on organizations as clients.