Miami lawyer Todd Levine handles hundreds of legal cases annually representing clients in real estate, property, and investment cases. The University of Florida graduate holds a JD Law degree and has almost 28 years of experience in legal proceedings. In an interview posted on the Kluger Kaplan Blog, in September 2018 he discusses the changes in litigation and his musical talents. Over two decades, technology has made a remarkable impact on his career practicing as a licensed attorney in Florida.
In the past ten years, since the beginning of the 2008 Great Depression, Todd Levine said business disputes will consistently rise regardless of the condition of the economy. It was his response after being asked about how commercial litigation evolved over the past 10 years. He says the difference between now and then, is the disputes type he witnessed in the courtroom. Todd saw many litigation cases involving distressed and troubled assets. Today, there are more disputes over ownership to receive shares of profits earned by companies and corporations. See more here https://blogwebpedia.com/interview-miami-attorney-todd-levine.html#.XD7n71wzZPY
Technology has a positive impact on his legal practice in the past 20 years as it continuously changes with new developments. Todd Levine said in the blog, that it improved the efficiency and productivity for him and his partners at Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen, & Levine, P.L, in Miami, Florida. Their tech resources enable them to find relevant law pertaining to prior federal and state law cases quickly. The tools available today makes their jobs manageable dealing with the amount of evidence in documents in a huge database.
Before technology, it would take Todd Levine weeks to months to search case laws, statues, and thousands of legal documents. It will remain a major factor of the legal practice that makes information accessible within minutes. Not only has technology impacted his career, but his musical talents contributed to shaping his life in the courtroom and home. He enjoys playing the guitar which he’s played since the age of 10. He ended the interview saying that his musical background allowed him to discover his creative side for clients and develop different approaches to resolving legal problems.
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