Karl Heideck And Litigation Process

A litigator is a person who represents a defendant, or a plaintiff. Litigation is the process of all the rules and practices that are done to solve a party dispute.

Karl Heideck is one of the most talented attorneys who has specialized in risk management and practices based in Greater Philadelphia area. Karl Heideck has skills and experience in the following areas; legal writing, law, product liability, commercial litigation, legal research, and employment law. Karl Heideck has an experience of more than ten years where he served at Grant and Eisenhofer.

Karl Heideck first went to the Swarthmore College where he pursued English and literature from the year 1999 to 2003. After completion, he then joined the Tempe University Beasley school of Law from and graduated with honours. Litigation is applied to legal proceedings that are likely to go through to the full trial. In a dispute, there must be a defendant and a plaintiff, and for a legal case to go through as litigation, disagreement has to arise where both parties fail to agree on the way to solve the dispute.

When such a situation arises, the plaintiff is required to file the complaints with the civil trial court and gives the defendant copies of summons and complaint. If this does not result in a settlement, the plaintiff has to start a discovery process. In these process, both parties serve each other with written decrees, and these helps both of them know other’s case. The court orders both sides to attend a settlement meeting before going to trial, and if they don’t come to an agreement, both sides go to trial. If one hand tables settlement for the other, then litigation ends. A litigator has to have a Bachelors’ degree from an accredited four-year college and be enrolled in the school of law Accredited by American Bar Association.