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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