Miami-based attorney Todd Levine is known for utilizing his creative interests and knowledge of science to build unique strategies for defending his clients and winning case. His interests revolve around art, science, and music. Born in 1966, he was brought up in North Miami. In 1988, Tod Levine earned his B.S degree from the University of Florida and in 1991, he graduated as a lawyer from Levin College of Law, University of Florida. Throughout his career, he has received guidance and support from numerous people.
Tod Levine is the co-founder of Kluger, Kaplan and Berlin and Peretz in 1991, and worked with the firm till 2009 before he moved on to his new ventures Katzen and Levine, Kaplan and Silverman. Though being a litigation firm, it also handles cases involving family law. The firms operate from offices in Boca Raton and Minneapolis office.
The litigation firm Kluger Kaplan started off with 17 attorneys, and currently have more than 30 talented and unique attorneys working for the firm. The firm is known for taking up high-profile cases and boasts of the caliber required to win complicated cases.
An important case in Todd Levine’s career is the Sweetwater Mayor case. In the year 2016, Kluger Kaplan took up the case of Sweetwater Mayor Orlando Lopez who was involved in an ongoing dispute with commissioners who voted for the approval of a budget and depended on $2 million generated from the sale of an unlisted property. The angry commissioners cut salaries of employees hired by Mr. Lopez.
When asked about the reason behind the success of Kluger Kaplan, Tod Levine believes that the close-bonding between the founders and the positivity at the workplace has made Kluger Kaplan a successful litigation firm since its inception in 2009.
He thinks that the attorneys especially the founding members get on with each other very well and have no differences in work ethics and the vision they share. For years they have won tough cases and the workplace environment promotes the nurturing of young attorneys. They are taught to pursue creative approaches and develop strong problem-solving skills.