Law360: Plaintiffs Bar Perspective: Kluger Kaplan's Steve Silverman
By Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine, P.L. May 30, 2017
Steve I. Silverman is a founding member of Kluger Kaplan Silverman Katzen & Levine PL in Miami. He represents individuals and businesses in all aspects of complex commercial and business disputes, including lender liability issues, claims relating to membership interest rights, all aspects of real property litigation, and complex class action cases.
Silverman has experience litigating multiparty cases in federal and state courts in Florida and nationwide. In addition to his complex litigation practice, he is also an experienced appellate lawyer, having handled dozens of appeals in both state and federal courts, both crafting briefs and delivering oral arguments.
Prior to co-founding Kluger Kaplan, Silverman served as chairman of the litigation and dispute resolution department, and as co-founder of the distressed asset group at Kluger Peretz Kaplan and Berlin. He also heads Kluger Kaplan’s electronic discovery group, following the latest trends and case law in electronic discovery issues at both the state and federal levels.
Q: What’s the most rewarding aspect of working as a plaintiffs attorney?
A: One of the most rewarding aspects of representing a plaintiff is hearing from my client at the end of the case that his or her goals have been met, that my client walks away from the litigation feeling fully and adequately compensated, and that they feel no stone was left unturned in their representation. Plaintiffs often come to us feeling significantly wronged and harmed. Being able to work through a case with clients to make sure that they feel satisfied at the end of the day after an often difficult experience is very gratifying.
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