Todd Levine is a successful and professional litigator. He holds a bachelor’s degree in law with years of working experience. Todd Levine has mentors who guided him when he embarked on his career, and he has a dedication to the job as well.
Despite that, the attorney Todd has impressive skills outside the legal field, which he credits for his current achievements. Since he was about 10 years of age, Todd Levine enjoyed playing guitar making him an avid music artist. The respected litigator has a penchant for science and math, he draws, and he plays some keyboards and bass guitar. Todd Levine’s combination of gifts and creativity allows him to approach his litigation job in a unique way.
Todd is the founding partner and member at Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine, located in Miami. This litigation-only firm deals with any family law that includes non-litigation and litigation matters. The firm has a Minneapolis and a Boca Raton office.
The founders of the firm are Todd Levine, Bruce Katzen, Philippe Lieberman, Alan Kluger, Michael Perse, Abbey Kaplan, Jason Marks, and Steven Silverman. The 8 ambitious men had worked together at Kluger, Peretz, Kaplan, & Berlin, in the allegation department, a different firm from Kluger Kaplan. They decided to join hands as they had a common vision, which improved their careers for their clients to move forward as a litigator only boutique.
Currently, the firm has grown rapidly with over 30 attorneys considering the fact that it began with only 17. Its outstanding success makes the firm’s caliber of cases to grow as well. For example, the firm represented the divorce of Alex Rodriguez, the retired professional baseball player. Todd Levine has represented the baseball player, Alex Rodriguez, in various matters excluding his divorce proceedings and many other prominent people.
This attorney has undeniably attributed the success of Kluger Kaplan to the supportive environment and to the close-knit group of founders.