Todd Levine is a litigator girded with many years of experience with lots of great mentors along the way. In his rare free time, he loves playing his bass guitar and keyboard, drawing, and playing with math and science.
He is gifted with quick thinking which has helped him much as a lawyer. For instance, he recalls one time in court when the other side suddenly introduced evidence he had never seen before. After a quick five minute perusal, he was able to find something in it that helped his case. This instance quickly bolstered his reputation as a great lawyer.
Todd Levine is a founding member of the Miami-based Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine. The firm also maintains offices in Boca Raton and Minneapolis. Along with Alan Kluger, Abbey Kaplan, Steve Silverman, Bruce Katzen, Jason Marks, Michael Perse, and Philippe Lieberman, Levine co-founded the firm in 2009. Since that time it has grown much. The firm has also worked on some high profile cases such as the divorce representation for the retired professional baseball player, Alex Rodriguez, and various cases for famous commercial real estate broker, Edie Laquer. And in 2016 he helped represent Sweetwater Mayor Orlando Lopez in a legal dispute.
Todd Levine says he thinks the still close-knit nature of the founders has directly played a decided role in the firm’s growth. All of these founders are also committed to helping mentor and develop the next generation of company leaders. They are also committed to developing new ways to help their clients.