As one of the founding partners of Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen, and Levine, Todd Levine is a highly-motivated and well-renowned attorney based out of Miami, Florida. He specializes mostly in business disputes and he also takes on cases regarding commercial real estate litigation. He graduated from the University of Florida in 1988 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance. He then went on to pursue a JD at Florida Levin College of Law from which he graduated with honors in 1991.
After graduation, he became a member of a legal firm known as Kluger, Peretz, Kaplan, and Berlin. He worked there for over 17 years before founding the legal firm of Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen, and Levine. He has now been with that firm for almost ten years and has been endorsed by Tom Manos, a fellow attorney. Throughout his 25 years of law experience, Todd Levine has represented a wide variety of clients such as brokers, developers, buyers, owners, and contractors. He has mediated numerous disputes that have arisen from arguments over commercial real estate projects. In 2018, Todd Levine was recognized as the best lawyer in America for real estate litigation by the US News and World Report.
Additionally, he has since been recognized by the Daily Business Review, the Florida Trend Magazine, and the Super Lawyers Business Edition for his numerous achievements throughout his career as an attorney. A few years ago, he was recognized as one of South Florida’s Top Rated Lawyers for Commercial Litigation. This award was given to him by the Martindale Hubbell Legal Leaders Group. In addition to his legal work, he is also notorious for his various hobbies which include playing musical instruments and working on his art. Additionally, he has taken on cases that pertain to the sports and entertainment industry as well.