Karl Heideck has Litigation in his Blood

     They say that litigation is not for everyone; that it takes a special kind of breed. It can mean long, grueling hours arguing for your client in attorney offices and in court. They pay really isn’t all that good, considering. Sure, some litigators make quite the living but there is more money to be made in criminal defense or the corporate side.

A typical litigator is first and foremost and attorney, has a Juris Doctorate and is required to pass the bar exam in whatever state he/she is operating in. You must also be a great communicator. This might seem like a given but contrary to what you may believe, being a good communicator isn’t exactly the norm in law. After some years of experience, sure, even your average lawyer is going to become a decent communicator but with litigators, being able to effectively communicate with who you are negotiating with is your lifeline.

It truly take a special kind of attorney to be a good, effective litigator, Karl Heideck has that breed of lawyer running through his veins. He is currently hire counsel but has experience as a litigator working for Pepper Hamilton LLP in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania. H has been a licensed attorney for 8 years, specializing in litigation, compliance, and risk management. Karl Heideck received his undergraduate degree from Swarthmore College and his juris doctorate from Temple University’s James E. Beasley School of Law, where he was on the Dean’s List.

Karl Heideck is an experience litigator who has worked many complex cases involving commercial clientele. He understands the importance of being an effective communicator in order to obtain satisfactory results for his clients. If you are looking for an experienced litigator who values his clients and his community then Karl Heideck is the right man to turn to.

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Sweetgreen-An Entirely New Way of Eating

Sweetgreen is a high-end salad chin that has really caught on, perhaps because it is really unique and people are wanting more healthier choices when it comes to what they are going to choose to eat. If more legacy companies has the option to start form scratch, they would want to be more like Sweetgreen. The restaurant offres fresh, organic, halthy, and local food choices and is invested in by Steve Case, Danny Meyer, and Daniel Boulud. Sweetgreen now has 40 locations and still have long lines.

 

According to co-CEO, Nathaniel Ru, they are creating a brand that really stands for something and their goal is to feed people better food. Technology has been a big part of the success of Sweetgreen and 30% of their transactions have been trhough a website or mobile app. According to Ru, technology has always been a big part of their lives.

 

Sweetgreen is all about their customers and about five times a year, they close down the corporate office so that they can work in the restaurants. Sweetgreen recently opened up offices in Los Angeles and without headquarters since Ru and his partners don’t believe in big corporate headquarters and want to keep the headcount decentralized. The CEOs are planning to grow the company to a national scale. Learn more: http://www.psfk.com/2016/04/psfk-2016-how-sweetgreen-brought-healthy-and-delicious-to-the-busy-psfk-2016.html

 

Ru and his partners started Sweetgreen because they could not find any healthy options when they wanted to grab a bite to eat. They opened their first store in 2007 right after graduating form college and they knew that if they could just hang on through the slow winter months, then they would make it in the long run. They did make it and they have grown very successful since then. Learn more: http://knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu/article/sweetgreens-nathaniel-ru-everything-last-longer/

 

Nathaniel Ru graduated form Georgetown University in 2007 and obtained a BS in finance. Ru and a few of his classmates started Sweetgreen in 2007 and the restaurant caught on. Sweetgreen is all about locally grown food and sustainability and that is what their customers like about Sweetgreen and draws them to Sweetgreen. It’s different and a healthy option to eating. Sweetgreen has grown to 27 locations in six states and is planning to expand to the west coast. Learn more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sweetgreen

 

Ru and his partners launched Sweetlife in 2010, one of the region’s largest food and music festivals. Sweetlife is all about embracing good living, well-being, healthy eating, community, and sustainability, just like the restaurant, Sweetgreen.

 

End Citizens United Is Growing By The Day

End Citizens United is focused on campaign finance reform in America, and I have been involved for some time because I am interested in the way that our elections are held. I want to see big money taken out of the American political system, and I hope that we may make a change by following the lead of End Citizens United. This article explains how the PAC is helping the government come to its senses, and there is a look at how people like myself may make a difference.

 

#1: Raising Money

 

I want to raise as much money as possible for the group, and I hope that they have a number of different places where I may help and give money. There are many people who will find that this PAC helps them in their local elections, and I believe that we should raise as much money as possible to ensure that they are meeting their goals, they have raised four million dollars, and I know that the goal is much higher.

 

#2: What Will Change?

 

End Citizens United will ensure that there are many politicians who are hearing the message of campaign finance reform, and they want to ensure that the public is hearing the message. They are pressing for changes to the law, and they hope to see the people in Congress pass a new law that would take big money and special interests out of government.

 

#3: How Do They Spread The Message?

 

The message of End Citizens United has been spread many times over through their social media pages, and I read their pages often. I share the stories that they post to their social media pages because I want other people to see them. I want my friends and family to read these stories, and I want them to know that there is a new way to hold an election. The elections will change when we are able to change the campaign finance laws, and I hope that there is a way to get this passed as soon as possible.

 

#4: Midterm Elections

 

The midterm elections are the best chance we have to push through this agenda, and I am working quite hard with End Citizens United to ensure that they have a large impact at this time. I want to ensure that people are hearing what it is they have to say, and I do not want anyone to miss out. The people who are interested in campaign finance reform like me will learn quite a lot simply by being involved.

 

I want to see End Citizens United succeed. They will help us change campaign finance laws, and they will ensure the country is run a bit differently.

 

George Soros’ Vigorous Funding To Eradicate Conservatism In The World

George Soros is a significant political influence with an aim to promote liberalism in governments around the world, among them the mighty United States government. In 2004, he donated a sum of $24 million in a bid to block the re-election of George W. Bush into the presidential office. His failed attempt was followed by his retraction from the United States political arena until the 2016 wind which saw the election of Donald Trump into office.

Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2016/07/george-soros-democratic-convention-226267

George reentered the political scene with a revised enthusiasm and drives to keep America and the world safe from dangerous groups and people. He stated that he believes Donald Trump has plans to destroy America’s longstanding peacekeeping efforts by collaborating with ISIS. The billionaire’s generous 2016 donations were further fueled by his longtime relationship with the Democratic Party candidate Hillary Clinton, According to close sources, Soros was set to attend the Democrat’s ceremony of naming Hillary as the flag bearer. He, however, cancelled citing that he had financial responsibilities to oversee back at home. Read more on nytimes.com

The Federal Elections Commissions tracked George Soros’ contributions throughout the 2016 campaign cycle and reported that Hilary’s movement had received $25 million at the beginning. The billionaire also gave publicly quoted amounts to several Super PACS. Priorities USA Action received $7 million and a further $3 million according to Democratic Party insiders. George donated $2 million to American Bridge 21st Century which had the aim of bringing down the campaigns of Donald Trump with revelations of truth. Other groups affiliated to the PAC received $70,000. Immigrant Voters Win was the recipient of $3 million from the billionaire. The donation was aimed at inspiring Hispanics to come out in numbers and vote against Trump. George gave Voting Rights $5 million to fight conservatism and $2 million to America Votes to mobilize voters. Statistics indicate that George has contributed a total of $13 billion towards non-profits promoting human rights in Europe, America and the world over. Visit Project Syndicate to learn more about George.

In 2015, George Soros funded group activists in Ferguson to fight civil and racial discrimination through his organization, Open Society Foundation. The amount saw the rallying of hundreds of protestors who arrived in Ferguson in buses. Some of these groups included the Drug Policy Alliance the Samuel Dewitt Proctor group in Chicago, Equal Justice USA of New York, Make the Road New York, Sojourners, the Center for Community Change of DC, the Advancement Project and unions from the Gamaliel Foundation. The protests lasted a month in Ferguson following a single crime committed against one of their own. Open Society’s director stated that the group is a serial donor to such groups since its launch in the 90s. He pointed out that despite the group’s funding to liberal supporters, Soros neither his staffs are in no way linked to the direct uprising of protests.