A Look At The Litigation Process And Karl Heideck, A Respected Litigator

Litigation is the process that one goes through when in court over a dispute. A litigator is the lawyer that will represent you. When in a dispute, whether you’re starting it and taking the other person to court or you’re trying to defend yourself against a lawsuit, you need someone to represent your interests. A litigator will make sure that the lawsuit goes through all the legal hurdles and passes through the entire judicial court system.

A litigator is there to manage all parts of the litigation process. For example, a litigator will represent your case during the hearings, during the pretrial process, during the pleadings, during the trial, during the settlements, and during the appeal. Basically, the litigator is the one who will make sure that your civil lawsuit goes through until the end. The litigator will look over the facts and represent your argument in the best way possible.

To become a litigator is no easy piece of cake. You need to go through law school, get a J.D., have an undergraduate degree and pass your bar exam. You need a Bachelor’s degree and you need to take a test in order to be accepted into law school. YOu may need to study and practice for up to five years.

One of the best litigators in Pennsylvania is Karl Heideck. He specializes in litigation, compliance and risk management. He has been practicing for over a decade and has lots of experience under his belt. Karl Heideck is also experienced in legal writing, product liability law, employment law, and many other law fields, such as legal research and corporate law.

Karl Heideck has a lot of education achievements. He earned his J.D. from Temple University Beasley School of Law in 2009. He earned his B.A. from Swarthmore College in 2003. Karl Heideck was an associate at Conrad O’Brien among many other work experiences.

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Statement on water quality issued by Squaw Valley

Squaw Valley has responded with an extended statement following the news that E. coli and coliform bacteria have been detected in the drinking water of Squaw Valley’s upper mountain. The Placer County Department of Environmental Health was first to receive the report of the potential health issue on November 8th.

 

The water has been treated steadily since then and is showing signs of progression. E. coli has now disappeared from 3 out of the 4 wells that serve upper mountain, and they are showing low levels of coliform bacteria. This came from a statement by Wesley Nicks, director of Placer County Environmental Health.

 

Squaw Valley has kept all restaurants on the upper mountain closed and the skiers are not aloud to drink water until the problem is fixed entirely. No health issues have been reported from any of the guests, and top to bottom skiing is to carry on safely at the infamous ski resort.

 

In the statement made by Liesl Kenney, Public Relations Director for Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, to the Sun at 8:07 p.m. Wednesday, November 30, she explains the facts about water quality at Squaw Valley’s upper mountain. She says that an unusually heavy rainfall affected several water systems and led to an inundation of the upgraded water system that was installed over the summer which was followed by a contamination of the water supply. At no point however was the contaminated water available to the public. She continues to say that after routine water testing was done, they immediately contacted Placer County Environmental Health and the Squaw Valley Public Service District.

 

http://mynews4.com/news/local/e-coli-found-in-squaw-valley-resort-water-health-officials

Puerto Rico Residents Benefit From InnovaCare’s Numerous Medicare Advantage Plans

In 2016, President and CEO Richard Shinto, M.D. of InnovaCare announced the addition of three new executives to the Medicare Advantage organization in Puerto Rico. Jonathan Meyers became the new chief actuary officer, Penelope Kokkinides took over as chief administrative officer and Mike Sortino is InnovaCare’s new chief accounting officer. While all three new members of the leadership team bring a wealth of experience to the organization, Kokkinides has over 20 years experience with Medicare and Medicaid. Before joining InnovaCare, she worked for Centerlight HealthCare, Touchstone Health and AmeriChoice. In a press release, Shinto was quoted as saying “We’re privileged to have them as part of our team.”

When ideamensch interviewed Kokkinides in late 2016, she mentioned that she is an organized executive who easily prioritizes tasks. She’s also a fan of using technology, such as video conferencing, to get more done in less time. In addition to staying connected, Kokkinides enjoys keeping on top of current industry trends through books and articles, while considering how the most promising new trends will fit into InnovaCare’s overall business strategy.

Dr. Shinto brought a wealth of experience to InnovaCare as well. After being a practicing pulmonologist and an internist, Shinto worked for MedPartners, Cal Optima Health Plan, Medical Pathways Management, NAMM California and Aveta Inc. before joining InnovaCare. Under Rick Shinto’s leadership, MMM Holdings, LLC, a subsidiary of InnovaCare, was voted one of Puerto Rico’s Best Employers in 2014. At the time, Shinto said ‘Thirty percent of our employees have been working with us between eight and 13 years, in the company’s 14-year history. This shows their great sense of responsibility and commitment, until reaching a warm work environment in which, more than colleagues, we are a big corporate family.”

InnovaCare operates two Medicare Advantage plans in Puerto Rico, MMM Healthcare and PMC Medicare Choice, which together have almost 200,000 members. MMM offers a variety of different plans, with one designed for individuals with cardiovascular diseases or diabetes mellitus. PMC Medicare Choice has two HMO style plans, with one designed for Puerto Rico’s special needs population who receive both Medicaid and Medicare benefits.

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Securus Technologies Sets The Bar Higher For The Competition

As the Chief Executive Officer at Securus Technologies, I am proud to declare that Securus Technologies has proven itself to be technologically superior to our competitors. Smart innovative development has made us the leader within the realm of civil and criminal justice technology. Our profitability outperforms Global Tel Link by a ratio of four to one.

 

Our progressive innovative technology makes available a platform able to meet or exceed the ever-changing needs of the corrections industry. Additionally, we are keeping in line with the goal of making America great again because we don’t outsource production or services. Our headquarters operation is located here in the United States. We employ well- trained field technicians who are able to service, repair, and install our state of the art equipment. Our call center provides professional and caring customer service representatives.

 

We have developed an exclusive multipurposed platform for our civil and criminal justice facility customers. Our Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) communication platform is the largest worldwide. It is second to none with a fast seamless integration of software upgrades and updates. We offer greater value and efficiency with better quality products.

 

Despite the woeful claims and challenges of others Securus Technologies exceeded the proverbial high bar that was set before us. We go above and beyond expectations in anticipation of the next level of challenges that may remain. Our technological achievements are unmatched by the competition. Securus Technologies set the bar higher than our predecessors and we will continue to exceed it.