Creativity Inspires Todd Levine’s Legal Success

The term Renaissance Man isn’t usually used for men who wear suits. More specifically, men who wear suits and practice law aren’t typically thought of as Renaissance men. Yet there is one such man practicing law in Florida who has found a way to merge his creativity with the legal industry. His name is Todd Levine and he is the rock star of commercial real estate litigation.

A graduate of University of Florida Levin College of Law, Todd Levine is an expert in the area of real estate litigation, among other things. He can play the guitar and keyboard and is known for his fascination with math and science. This well-rounded background is what made Levine the amazing attorney that he is today.

His natural affinity for the creative arts plus his analytic mind enables him to help his clients in unconventional ways. And his work speaks for itself, he has been recognized as the Best Lawyer Award for Real Estate Litigation by the US News and World Report in 2018. He even has a high-profile client list including former professional baseball player Alex Rodriguez and Sweetwater Mayor Orlando Lopez.

As a founding member of Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine, Todd Levine has led his firm to tremendous success. Beginning with 17 attorneys, the firm now boasts more than 30, spread across two offices located in Boca Raton and Minneapolis respectively.

Levine emphasizes that the key to his success is simple. Be prepared and be creative. Levine has used his varied background to help him win complex financial cases, often to the tune of millions. Levine credits that success to his ability to gain in-depth knowledge of a case and finding simple resolutions. His efforts have earned him a reputation as a fierce attorney to be reckoned with.

Todd Levine’s dedication to his craft is formidable. He’s passionate about his clients and seeks to deliver exceptional service. His client-first philosophy is his biggest inspiration because, at the end of the day, his client’s happiness is all that matters.