Todd Levine recently sat down to divulge some information about himself and his partnership at Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen, and Levine P.L. Levine has made a name for himself as an attorney that specializes in business disputes.
When asked how he got the idea for his firm and why he does it, Levine stated that he had a knack for litigating complicated cases. He learned very early in his career that he was capable of taking the complex legal lingo and simplifying it in a way that jury members and judges could properly understand. His simplification of complex language and terms allow decision makers to make informed decisions without confusion. This comes in handy with the technical jargon used in business disputes.
Todd Levine was asked how his average day goes as an attorney and he stated that there isn’t an average day when you deal with complex litigation. He has to prepare months ahead of time and his days vary in the tasks that they require. He may be working in one city on a given day in a high-intensity case and the next day he can simply be meeting with clients to discuss their case.
One of Todd’s key philosophies is that if he keeps things simplified, he’s more likely to succeed. He recognizes that the people involved in the legal are human beings just like every other person. By simplifying the complex concepts found in a court case as much as possible, the people he’s working with can better understand the situation.
Todd Levine is a co-founder of Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen, and Levine P.L. The company specializes in handling complex business disputes. He usually deals with cases involving corporations, contractors, investors, and other companies or people that are in the business world. Besides his illustrious career in litigation, Todd Levine is also a musician and artist on his free time.