Todd Levine was born in North Miami in 1966, and he serves as a litigator who is a member of Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen, and Levine, P.L. Levine focuses most of his efforts on cases involving complex business disputes and also works on commercial real estate litigation cases. He is married to his wife, Karen, and has two children. Levine studied at the University of Florida, where he earned his B.S.B.A. in finance, and he finished his education at the University of Florida Levin College of Law, where he received his J.D.
While Todd Levine has plenty of experience as a litigator, he feels like it is some of his outside hobbies that have made him so good at his job. He has been interested in the fields of math and science for many years and is also a musician who loves to play the guitar. It is his belief that being involved in the arts has given him the ability to come up with creative solutions that others may miss. During one case, he was able to spot something hidden within the details that helped him win it. Before realizing this, the evidence appeared to be stacked against him.
When Todd Levine started out with his current law firm, there were just 17 attorneys working there. Today, there are over 30 litigators working in the firm, and he feels that it is a pretty tight group. The firm has worked on many different high-profile cases and done very well over the years. The culture at the firm is a strong one according to Levine, and it is even stronger because of the fact that many of the senior lawyers mentor the younger ones. Levine has given a lot of credit to his mentors in the firm because he feels they were the ones that helped him to discover his many hidden talents.