The successful pursuit of a lawsuit requires the assistance of a skilled, experienced litigation attorney. As a general rule, an attorney who practices as a litigator focuses on a certain path beginning as early as law school.
While in law school, a man or woman intent on becoming a litigator will focus on a set of courses that include civil procedure and trial practice. Most law schools also have clinical programs in which a person who desires to become a litigation attorney enters.
A clinical program provides a law student with hands-on experience working on real cases, under the supervision of a licensed attorney. This provides an individual intent on becoming a litigator with practice experience in court even before completing his or her education.
A key to becoming an adept litigator is experience in the courtroom. For this reason, a skilled litigator typically begins his or her career in a professional situation that requires spending a good deal of time in trials and associated court proceedings. Although the legal niche is different, many litigators initially cut their teeth in prosecutor’s offices in order to gain that practically experience on a more consistent basis.
Karl Heideck is a skilled litigation attorney. He is a graduate of Temple University School of Law. He was a Dean’s List academic at Temple. Before attending Temple, Heideck obtained a BA in English and literature, with an emphasis in letters from Swarthmore College.
Heideck represents clients in need of litigation services, including corporations and other types of business organizations. In addition to representing clients in complicated lawsuits, Heideck also represents businesses in regard to compliance and regulatory matters, which is also connected with his litigation practice.
Heideck also has a background in employment law. He represents clients in regard to intellectual property matters as well.