Todd Levine is an attorney who has experience in many types of complex business disputes, and a founding member of Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine, P.L. He regularly represents property managers, buyers and sellers, real estate brokers, contractors, as well as investors and more, in disputes that deal with transactions and commercial real estate projects.
Todd Levine attended the University of Florida, graduating in 1998 with a Bachelors degree in Finance. Ha attended Florida Levin College of Law, graduating in 1991. As a result of his work and his accomplishments, Todd Levine was noted in Florida Trend Magazine, Super Lawyers Business Review, the South Florida Business Journal, and the Daily Business Review. He also earned the Best Lawyer Award for Real Estate Litigation in 2018 an award given by US News and World Report.
In a recent interview, the attorney stated that his specialty in complex litigation grew out of his skill to simplify the intricate. He mentioned that early in his career he was put on a complex case and realized that he had a knack for litigation, in particular reframing arguments or issues in order to make them easy for a jury or a judge to understand.
Todd Levine considers that every bit of litigation is different and has its own unique set of evidence and facts. He discovered that the best way spur creativity in the world of the law is to have an in-depth knowledge of the law and of the case in question, and then to boil everything down to the key issues. Todd Levine also noted that it is important for attorneys to understand that regardless who the argument is made for (whether it is an arbitrator, a judge, or a jury), everyone is human and thus keeping things simple can increase their chance to succeed.