Even prior to being a co-founding partner of Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine, Todd Levine had garnered much experience overseeing the legalities of complex business disputes. His professional work is just one of his great passions. He is also very passionate about music, art, and science. Levine entered this world by earning a B.A. in Finance from the University of Florida in 1988 and then an attorney degree from Florida Levin College of Law in 1991. He has always had a natural gift for simplifying complex situations so after this intense education, he eventually drifted into complex commercial litigation. He only regrets that it took him as long as it did to find his the practice area that suited his talents.
Todd Levine is also very talented at meeting unexpected situation which is a very good thing since he has found every day in his work to be very unique. However, this was not a natural talent, but one he had to learn. Levine says that when he first started out as an attorney he had a hard time dealing with unexpected things that crept up. One great habit he has learned during his years in litigation is maximizing his time. That means using every spare time for something useful such as taking calls and working on his attorney work while traveling across the country.
Todd Levine has also found making a daily to-do list is extremely helpful. Levine says one of his top professional habits is to always put all of his arguments in outline form to see if they logically make sense before he commits them to paper. Such an outline helps him better see the gaps in the logic. As his name in this area grew, his body of clientele kept steadily growing ever greater. In all things professional, each individual client has always been his top priority. When any client or prospective client messages him with a query, he is committed to replying in no later than 24 hours.
He has since received accolades in such highly respected publications as the Super Lawyers Business Review, Florida Trend Magazine, the Daily Business Review, and the South Florida Business Journal.