Todd Levine is a litigator and partner of the Miami based law firm of Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine. He is a founding member of the firm. Beginning with a core group of about 17 attorneys, the firm now has more than 30 lawyers. The firm specializes in litigation. Trial practice is a field in which quick, incisive thinking and strong persuasion are essential attributes.
In addition to his college and laws school education, Mr. Levine has strong interests in art and the sciences. He is a musician and an avid student of mathematics. These interests do far more than fill personal time; they define a dimension of his work; he is a creative thinker. The skills and talents that make an effective advocate go beyond the legal education and practice experience. The lifetime skills and interests also play an important in the courtroom.
– A Memorable Example
Many members of the profession have heard or retold the instance when Todd Levine found an astonishing solution to a problem. In a mediation, he received a surprise; the opposing party introduced a raft of unfavorable evidence. With only a few minutes to digest the data, he was able to convert the disadvantage into a tactical and legal advantage. The turnaround was so quick and unexpected that both the parties and the mediator were deeply impressed. The example of quick, creative thinking is part of Attorney Levine’s reputation.
– Creative Thinking is a Key to Success
Todd Levine has mastered the art of maximizing his talents, knowledge, and curiosity. He understands that there is a courtroom advantage for lawyers that can recognize and apply their strengths. The advantage is not necessarily the music, science, or arts that make the difference, but the ability to think in creative ways that come from those pursuits.