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Nick Heimlich has always been focused on achieving excellent results for his clients while keeping their interests in mind. Click here to see representative case results.
He has practiced throughout California in State and Federal Courts including the counties of Santa Clara, San Mateo, Alameda, San Francisco, Orange, and San Diego.
He has represented clients from individuals to small businesses for Corporate counseling and litigation. His corporate counseling experience includes entity selection, contracts, corporate formalities, and trademark applications. Often clients have questions when they are a small business like whether a Limited Liability Company or a “S” Corporation is better. Small Businesses also sometimes wonder how to avoid issues such as through properly reviewing contracts or issues as they arise such a employment disputes including wage and hour issues.
His litigation experience is broad and covers general civil litigation including: breach of contract, business disputes (partnership disputes), collections, franchise law, fraud, corporate theft, real estate, trademarks, and website disputes. These cases involve simple contract that simply were not paid, or sometimes more complex situations were a corporate officer felt the Company money was his or her personal money.
Most of Mr. Heimlich’s cases are located in Santa Clara County, in downtown San Jose.
Similarly, Mr. Heimlich has represented different businesses in San Jose, Santa Clara and surrounding cities.
He has advised on a variety of cases from smaller disputes to multi-million dollar disputes both from the plaintiff’s side, initiating the lawsuit, and defending lawsuits. Click here to see Case Results.
Nick advises clients during all stages of issues including legal planning to prevent or minimize legal problems. He also advises on dispute resolution including mediation, arbitration, and litigation. Nick is also elected to the West Valley-Mission College Board of Trustees for the West Valley Community College and Mission College in Santa Clara County. Nick is also a director of a non-profit, the West Valley Mission Land Corporation which benefits the West Valley and Mission College District. Nick is active in the community through the Mock Trial program for Lynbrook High School which was 3rd in the state in 2010. The Mock Trial program helps teach high school students about the legal process and introduces them to public speaking and the legal system. He is also an active member of the University of California, San Diego alumni association.