A Question and Answer Period With Todd Levine
Some of you might not know who Todd Levine is. He is an attorney who is based in the Miami-Dade County area in Florida. I did not know who he was until today and I live in Florida. It just goes to show that you learn something new every day.
The other day, Todd Levine sat down for a question and answer period. Today, I am here to highlight some of the main takeaways from that interview.
This year marks the ten-year anniversary of the financial crisis. or crash, as some may call it. How do you think things have changed since the Great Recession of 2008, in particular, the litigation spectrum?
In some ways, it has changed. In other ways, it has remained the same. Listen, just because the economy is doing great, that does not mean that a problem is not going to come up. I guess the biggest difference I see is what people are fighting over. Ten years ago it was about assets that were in peril. Now, people are fighting for a greater share of the profits. As an attorney, I still do the same job. It is just that the type of litigation is somewhat different.
There is no doubt that technology has changed the way we do things. I am sure you have seen technology transform your business in ways you never thought possible. My question, to you, Todd Levine, is in what ways do you see it moving forward?
I feel the biggest change has been the way technology has kept us more informed. I can analyze cases more effectively because I have more information now. We have databases that keep things compartmentalized better. We have greater access to files and documents before, during, and after trials. That is something we did not have before. It makes a difference.
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