Todd Levine is an experienced litigator with a law degree, dedication and mentors who helped guide his career in the beginning. His success is partially due to skills not pertaining to the law. He is a musician and began playing the guitar at age ten. He also has skills in science and math. This combination of skills enables him to see different approaches to litigation. Todd Levine sees what others miss and his responses are fast. See more about Levine here https://interview.net/todd-levine-a-diligent-attorney-with-a-passion-for-music/.
Todd Levine is a partner and founding member for the Miami firm of Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine. The firm is predominately litigation, but handles non-litigation and family law as well. There are additional offices in Minneapolis and Boca Raton. Eight professionals founded the firm in 2009, and once worked together at a different firm. They shared a common vision, worked well together and believed it made sense to move their clients and careers to a litigation firm.
The firm began with seventeen lawyers and has expanded to over thirty. The cases and clients are high profile including Alex Rodriguez, the professional baseball player. Although Todd Levine has worked with him, he had no involvement in the divorce case. He represented Edie Laquer the commercial real estate broker and the Laquer Corporate Realty Group. In 2009 he received a judgement for $3.4 million against Africa Israel Properties regarding a property sale agreement. He represented the brokerage again in 2012 and the developer paid the brokerage $905,771 regarding a loan.
In 2016, Todd Levine represented Mayor Orlando Lopez of Sweetwater as part of the Kluger Kaplan team. The dispute was over commissioners approving a budget reliant on the $2 million sale of a property that was not listed. The salaries for the laid off staff members were reinstated excluding the pay for the individuals Mayor Lopez hired. The ruling was Florida law was violated by balancing a budget with the potential sale of land. The appeal is still pending.
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