Todd Levine, of the founding members of Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine, P.L has assisted in providing legal expertise in complex business disputes. His knowledge and experience expand from all spectrums of the real estate including from buyers, sellers and onto real estate brokers. Todd Levine academic career would take him from earning his degree from the University of Florida in 1988 with a Bachelors in Finance and onto Florida Levin College of Law.
Todd Levine is not your typical attorney, he is also a musician and artist outside his practice, however, many attributes his success to his creative hobby. Clients point out that the combination of his analytical skills and creativity have no doubt made him one of the best attorneys in the state. Recently, Levine was awarded the Best Lawyer Award for Real Estate Litigation by US News and World report this year.
In a sit-down interview, Levine was asked how the concept of his company came to fruition. He stated that his ability to simplify complex litigation encouraged him to tackle the world of complex commercial litigation. His tactic here was to refrain his client’s arguments into simple terms where both the judge and jury would fully understand his intentions. Preparation is key for Levine, his litigations are prepared by an outline that he creates and encourages younger lawyers to practice this as he regrets not taking advantage of careful outcome planning when he was starting out.
This mindset crosses over to how he runs his daily life, Levine comments that his days are always utilized for productivity by keeping things simple. Creating a to-do list is a must for Levine as it ensures that all his clients receive the best possible customer service from their attorney. Finally, Levine shares one of his reading recommendations with us, “The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand” which explains the difference between individualism and collectivism, a must for out the box thinking during for litigation success.