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James M. Heidelberg

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Family Law, Civil Rights, Employment, Education, Labor Law, Estate Planning; Real Estate; Litigation


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Jim Heidelberg focuses his practice in the area of Litigation concentrated on employment, education, civil rights and contract matters. He has represented numerous school districts and governmental entities during the course of his practice, including independent and college districts, public housing authorities, and the development authorities.

Mr. Heidelberg has enjoyed a very successful record of success for his clients, both at the trial court levels and also at Courts of Appeals. Mr. Heidelberg’s reported cases can be accessed by electronic legal research or upon request to the Firm.

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