The proceeding initiated between two parties to enforce or defend a legal right is called litigation. Litigation includes all the activities done before a lawsuit, during a lawsuit, and after a lawsuit to enforce a legal right. Litigation is commonly settled by agreement between the two parties, but it can also be heard and decided by a judge in court. Apart from the actual lawsuit the pre-suit appeals, facilitation, negotiations and arbitrations can also be considered a part of the litigation process.
A litigator is a trial lawyer, much like Karl Heideck, who tends to negotiate any dispute that goes to court. Litigators typically have an undergraduate degree, law degree, and licensure. Litigators may have specialization in personal injury, real estate, contracts or they can be generalists. They have the privilege to work with the government agencies, businesses and several law firms. They sometimes work for the sake of their private practice as well and can also supervise paralegals.
Karl Heideck is a popular attorney having vast experience in litigation, compliance and risk management review. Karl Heideck initially worked as an associate in Conrad O’ Brien from Jan 2010 to Aug 2010. He represented corporate and individual clients in a complex and commercial lawsuit which includes government investigations, SEC receivership, banking and subprime litigation, toxic tort defense, and white collar criminal defense. He also researched and wrote analytical memoranda. Karl Heideck also drafted and filed pleadings. He reviewed and analyzed all the documents related to discovery and government investigation. Karl Heideck also participated in settlement negotiations and pursued satisfaction of judgments
Karl Heideck worked as project attorney for Pepper Hamilton from Oct 2010 to Apr 2014. He was a detail oriented top level quality control specialist over there. Karl Heideck reviewed several materials for fact investigation, deposition preparation, and discovery for matters that include a pharmaceutical lawsuit, government investigation, and white collar defense. Karl Heideck made a specialized quality control review in order to ensure severe confirming with all the ethical and professional standards. Karl Heideck revised protected material, analyzed all the relevant portions of discovered documents, and selected evidence for prosecution.
Karl Heideck is now working as a contract attorney at Grant & Eisenhofer since Apr 2015. He reviews discovery materials for complex securities fraud and banking litigation over there. Karl Heideck also focuses on the significant issues related to transactions, attainments, risk management, and liquidity positions regarding the sub-prime banking crisis of 2008. Karl Heideck is also an active participant in weekly conferences with co-counsel to verify and continually enhance review protocol.