Todd Levine is a Miami-based attorney whose primary focus is commercial real estate-related litigation. He does much legal work for real estate brokers, developers, lending institutions, buyers and sellers, investors, property managers, owners, contractors, and subcontractors. He also does much legal work for individuals and groups in the entertainment and sports industries. He has made a name for himself in the legal world as an attorney with a profound talent of finding minute of buried details in a case that will help his cause.
Todd Levine says that the way litigation for the business world was done changed somewhat after the worldwide financial crash of 2008. In the years after the crash, there was much litigation over distressed assets. A very positive way that the legal world has changed over the years is due to advancing technology. Levine is excited about how this ever continuing advancement will change the legal world in the future. One of the best current legal uses for technology as far as Levine is concerned is building databases that hold a huge amount of information of many current cases.
However, Todd Levine is extremely skeptical about ideas out there that A.I. will someday be able to replace the attorney. Levine says a breathing human being girded with nuances of judgment and empathy is needed to convince a judge and jury rather than a computer who basis everything just on logic. All of his legal work is done as a founding partner of Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen, and Levine law firm. While the law is his biggest professional passion, he is equally as passionate about to of his main hobbies: Music and art.
Todd Levine says of his current hobbies, music playing is his oldest. He says he first started playing the guitar when he was ten. He still not only loves playing the guitar, but has introduced a love for playing music to his sons who play the guitar, bass, piano, and even compose their own work.