How Litigator Todd Levine’s Music, Art, Math and Science Skills Helps him Solve Hard-to-Crack Cases

Apart from Litigator Todd Levine possessing the best qualifications common among successful litigators, he also have skills outside the legal fields that he also attributes to his success. Told Lavin is also interested in music. He has played guitar since he was a kid. Far from that, he also likes drawing and he has a thing for math and science.

 

 

The combination of different skills has helped Litigator Todd Levine to approach litigation from a different perspective. According to him, his creativity and love for sciences helped him see things that the other side of the case didn’t see and therefore, he could turn around what appeared as a blow to his case to support his case. Such skills earned him recognition among his colleagues and mediators.

 

 

Todd Levine is a co-founder and partner at Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen and Levin, a firm which is based in Miami. Apart from it being a litigation only firm, it also deals with family-related cases.

 

 

With offices in Boca Raton and a Minneapolis, the firm started operating in 2009 with Levine and other seven partners as founders. The group has worked in harmony and they share the same vision.

 

 

The firm has grown tremendously to handle all sizes of cases. They have handled cases on behalf of famous and prominent people. For Todd Levine’s part, he represented the retired famous basketballer Rodriguez in various cases. He has handled many other cases on behalf of prominent people as well as firms and won most of them.

 

 

Todd Levine attributes the success of the law firm to a supportive environment, his mentors as well as to a group which works in harmony. In a statement, he said that the group always works together and they are nurturing new talents.

 

 

About Todd Levine

 

 

Born in 1966 at North Miami, Levine went to University of Florida Levin College of Law where he graduated with J.D., in 1991 and B.S.B.A., in 1988. Prior to joining the firm of 8 partners, he worked at Kluger, Peretz, Kaplan and Berlin between 1991 and 2009.

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