Like any other successful litigators, Todd Levine holds a complete professional background: A degree in law from the University of Florida Levin College, mentors and years of practice. What makes Todd stand out in his career? His blend of creativity and diagnostic skills allows him to have a unique perspective in handling cases. He bears a strong pursuit toward business real estate litigation. Despite the complexity of the dispute, Todd Levine ensures he has all it takes to make a case. This may need honing a key piece of hidden evidence or creating an argument to ascertain an otherwise convoluted dispute.
Todd Levine is a partner and one of the founders of Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen and Levine firm located in Miami. The firm was founded in 2009 by Alan Kluger, Levine, Steve Silverman, Abbey Kaplan, Jason Marks, Philippe Lieberman, Bruce Katzen and Micheal Perse with the vision of focusing on their clients’ requirements at hand as a team. The firm has grown over the years, not only concerning size but also the caliber of cases. Todd Levine virtually handles different complex business disputes, including the sports and entertainment sector.
Todd Levine has successfully worked with high profile clients and on some high-profile cases including Alex Rodriguez, a retired baseball player, and Edie Laquer, a prominent real estate broker. These and many other cases have earned him the Best Lawyers in America-Litigation title by World Report as well as US News, 2018. He was also listed among the Top Rated Lawyers in South Florida by the Martindale Hubbell Legal Leaders back in 2012.
Todd Levine attributes his success to his hobbies outside work as well. He is an artist who has played the guitar since he was 10. He can also play the bass guitar quite well as well as some keyboards. His passion for art greatly helps him develop a distinctive perspective on Todd Levine.