Todd Levine is a Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine, P.L. founding member. He is also an attorney who has experience with a lot of complex business disputes. This attorney strongly focuses on commercial real estate litigation. Other examples are investment partnerships and finance arrangements. This attorney strongly focuses on commercial real estate litigation. In 1988 Todd Levine graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelors in Finance. Todd Levine attended the University of Florida Levin College of Law where he received his legal training and then graduated in 1991. In that same year, he was allowed to practice law.
The natural ability of attorney Todd Levine is to “simplify the intricate.” After being assigned a case with difficulty, he discovered he did very well in litigating. What he would do is make the case more understandable for a judge or jury, having the case win the favor of him and his team. Something else Levine has discovered is that the best way to bring creativity to the legal world is to be knowledgeable and the case and the law and simplify the key issues. His philosophy on this discovery is that more success comes out of simplicity.
Something that Todd Levine has a strong stance on his preparation. He believes that is a factor for any complex commercial litigator to succeed. A very prepared litigator could both rebut and address counter-arguments made by the opposing counsel. Something else they could do is meet the expectations of their clients. Also, in his preparation, he outlines his written arguments before putting them on paper. Preparation helps his thoughts become organized and allows him to present them in a manner that is clear, concise, simple, and logical. Also, it can help him if he finds any holes in the arguments of his and then in his briefs proactively address them.