Daily Business Review: Litigation Department of the Year

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Kluger Kaplan Litigation Department of Year

Alan Kluger, Marko Cerenko, Todd Levine, Steve Silverman and Abbey Kaplan, of Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine. Photo via DBR.

Litigation Department of the Year

General Litigation – Midsize

Kluger Kaplan

The 31-attorney litigation boutique is known nationally for taking on complex, high-stakes disputes across a range of disciplines and industries.

Kluger Kaplan’s trial lawyers have earned national recognition as determined and effective client advocates. Their expertise is in business and corporate litigation, real estate litigation, securities and financial fraud, corporate governance, probate and estate, bankruptcy litigation and debtor and creditor’s rights, federal and state appeals, professional liability, intellectual property, class actions and complex matrimonial litigation.

The firm is called upon by general counsel from companies across the country to litigate big matters.

Its cases include litigation against Donald Trump’s company, Alex “A-Rod” Rodriguez’s divorce, the Fontainebleau Las Vegas director and officer liability case, litigation against developer Art Falcone and his Miami Worldcenter project, the Victor Posner estate battle, Claudio Osorio’s investment fraud litigation and the Dollar Tree restrictive covenant cases.

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Kluger Kaplan Signs New 24,133 SF Office Lease at Iconic Miami Center

Miami-based litigation powerhouse moves into a fresh new space

Photo Credit: Miami Downtown Development Authority

As Miami’s legal landscape continues to change, top litigation law firm, Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine, evolves with the times.  This is why the firm is expanding its footprint in downtown Miami, updating its space and moving to a more contemporary and technologically advanced office. Kluger Kaplan gets its fresh identity on a new floor in the Miami Center, one of the city’s most iconic office towers. The new office space is 24,133 square feet on the 27th floor. The 12-year lease is good through 2026.

“Our prior lease was expiring, and we saw this as an opportunity to update our space,” said Alan Kluger, one of the founding members. “Miami Center is a first class building that has suited us very well. We like the proximity to the courthouse, the benefits provided by the adjacent Intercontinental Miami Hotel, local high-end restaurants, tropical views and the easy access for our personnel and clients.”

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Justin Kaplan Promoted to Partner at Kluger Kaplan Silverman Katzen & Levine

We are very excited to announce that KKSKL has named Justin Kaplan as a Partner at the firm, effective January 1st, 2014.

Justin’s considerable efforts as a lawyer and his significant community involvement as an ambassador for the firm have earned him this new designation, so please join us in congratulating him on his well-deserved advancement!

Justin’s practice centers on complex business disputes, real estate litigation and suits for replevin of personal property.

Kluger Kaplan Silverman Katzen and Levine Bowls for Best Buddies

Last week the Kluger Kaplan bowling team took to the lanes to show our support for Best Buddies.  We had a blast at Lucky Strike and can’t wait to go bowling again soon.  What better way to kick off your weekend!

A Year of Social Media: A Look Back

By Abbey Kaplan

On July 1, 2012, Kluger Kaplan launched a blog and revamped its social media presence. A year later, I took a few moments to reflect on how the ever-changing landscape of social media has helped our firm grow its business.

Although Kluger Kaplan opened its doors in 2009 as a new firm focusing on complex commercial litigation disputes, our membership is composed primarily of veteran lawyers who began practicing law long before the days of Facebook, Twitter and WestlawNext.  But building the Kluger Kaplan brand was a new experience for many of us who had found legal success through grassroots marketing efforts.

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