Commercial real estate litigator Todd Levine brings his ideas to life with a lot of heart and research. He take all the information from each case and then really simplifies it. This helps him understand the root of the problem, which helps him take action. He is the founding member of Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine, P.L. The law firm was founded in 2012 and is based in Miami, Florida where the busy litigator lives. Todd Levine earned his B.S.B.A in finance from the University of Florida. He continued on to achieve his law degree at Fredric G. Levin College of Law.
With an education in tow, Todd Levine was ready to start practicing law. In his line of work, there is no such thing as a typical day. It’s all about what’s on the schedule, and what is in front of the litigator. Todd Levine tries to stay as productive as he can, and uses his time wisely. He needs to prioritize his schedule because there are strict deadlines he has to meet a lot. This means scheduling out his days weeks ahead of time. Another factor that keeps Mr. Levine on his game is being prepared. This is crucial in his line of work. You never know when something important may come up and having the right paperwork or information can make or break a case.
Looking back at his younger self, Todd has some really important advice. Once you know what you want to specialize in as a lawyer, start branding yourself. This will make you known around the community as the person to go to. As a lawyer, preparation is key. This includes writing up an outline of thoughts so they sound to the point, concise, and simple. It gives Todd Levine a look on different perspectives so he does not leave anything out. Doing his best every time on each case is the best strategy the litigator uses to build his business. He lets his work and good reputation speak for itself. Todd Levine’s favorite book he recommends to others is called “The Fountainhead.” It has inspired him in his work as a litigator.