Todd Heck has a broad-based commercial and estate-law practice, with an emphasis on business dispute resolution (corporations, creditors' rights, commercial, tax, and estate litigation), transaction planning (contracts, loan documentation, tax and estate planning), and local government law. In that last capacity, he has served as solicitor or assistant solicitor to numerous public agencies, including the Cumberland County College, the Cumberland County Improvement Authority, the Cumberalnd County Agricultural Development Board, Deerfield Township, the Buena Borough Municipal Utilities Authority, and the Maurice River Township Zoning Board. He has also served as local bond counsel to the Washington Township (Gloucester County) Municipal Utilities Authority. He currently serves as special tax counsel to the City of Vineland.
He's served as a business law instructor at the Cumberland County College. He's also been active in pro bono work for local non-profit organizations and public/private partnerships, including the Landis Theater Foundation, the local U.S. Wild and Scenic River System Task Force, Citizens United to Protect the Maurice River, and the Cumberland County Ad Hoc Committee on Hazardous Waste. In these latter capacities he received distinguished service recognition from the U.S. Congress and the Cumberland County Board of Chosen Freeholders, respectively.