Todd Levine is the kind of attorney who leverages creative and analytical skills to deliver winning strategies for his clients. His long track record of success speaks for itself.
As a founding member of Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine, P.L., Todd Levine is a seasoned professional known for handling some of the most complex business disputes. He brings clarity and an inspired approach to untangling thorny issues and resolving entrenched disputes with a powerful, decisive clarity.
Much of Mr. Levin’s work has been in the realm of real estate litigation. Property managers, brokers, contractors, buyers, sellers and more have tapped him for legal help in some of the most challenging situations. In addition to real estate, Todd Levine has delved into cases within the entertainment and sports realm. Investment partnerships and handling financial arrangements round out his experience in law.
Todd Levine is a 1988 graduate of the University of Florida. He completed his undergraduate degree there in finance. He went on to earn his JD at the Florida Levin College of Law, graduating in 1991.
In 2018, US News and World Report named Todd Levine the Best Attorney for Real Estate Litigation. Other major publications that have recognized his achievements include the Super Lawyers Business Review and Florida Trend Magazine. Articles touting Mr. Levine’s achievements as an attorney have appeared in the Daily Business Review and the South Florida Business Journal.
In a recent interview, Mr. Levin said much of his success as an attorney results from his ability to look at complex and intricate situations and cut through all the noise. They key is to simplify, he said. That means reframing arguments so that they can be viewed in a new light. That, in turn, makes it easier to present clear-cut presentations to a jury.
It helps to have an in-depth knowledge of each case and the law, Todd Levine said. That can involve a huge amount of information that needs to be distilled down to key essentials. The more clarity and transparency you can bring to a case, the easier it is to explain your argument to judge and jury, he said.