3 Reasons Why Todd Levine is the Future of Legal Representation in the Business World

According to different law journals, commercial litigation cases are on the rise, and this trend has created a demand for experienced legal professionals. Todd Levine is part of the team that is filling in this gap — by providing the best services to thousands of business entities. In addition to being part of the legal fraternity that is redefining this unique niche, the attorney is also a key figure in commercial representations in the USA. His uniqueness in this legal profession is a product of the following three factors.

First, he is arguably one of the few legal minds that have more than one educational backgrounds — which, according to pundits, is critical in representations. Todd Levine understands what is expected of him, and more importantly, his limits. In the last seven years, for example, the attorney has helped different companies to handle transitions better and therefore avoiding losses and bad decisions.

Second, he is one of the legal minds that have been vocal on research — especially when preparing cases. According to the attorney, each case has multiple angles and understanding which perspective is more appropriate in which case is a game changer. In order to achieve this success, Todd Levine understands that each of his employees must have the necessary capacity to research on different cases and therefore mine the ideal information for each case.

Thirdly, the attorney understands that the success of each law firm is a product of how well organized the firm is, and more importantly, the inspiration of the employees. In order to achieve an ideal working space, Todd Levine has worked with different professionals in structuring his entity to global standards. In a recent survey, Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen, and Levine, P.L is the best place to work — both newbie and experienced legal minds.

When he is not busy representing his clients in cases and in negotiating deals, the attorney is either playing or listening to music. He is a believer that any professional in this space must have an avenue to unwind and more critically, a way to find inspirations on life and work. Todd Levine believes that this line of entertainment has assisted him in understanding his obligations from a different perspective.

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Judge Marco Antonio Marques da Silva Honored for His Extensive Work

At the age of fifteen Judge Marco Antonio Marques da Silva knew what he wanted to do for a living. By 1981 he received his bachelor’s degree from PUC in legal studies although his love for learning took him to achieve many more degrees throughout the next several decades.

He has a specialization, masters, doctorate and teaching degree from Pontifical Catholic University. In 1983 he became a state judiciary in the counties of Palmeira D’Oeste, Monte Alto, Diadema and São Paulo. In 2002 he was promoted to substitute judge and in 2007 he became a court of appeals judge.

With all the knowledge in front of him, Judge Silva wanted to share his passion with others and he became a professor in 1982, earning his tenure in 2003. It is with this distinct title that the PUC Sao Paulo honored their professor in one of the best ways possible. They named an auditorium at the Perdizes Campus after him. Having helped ensure the construction of the auditorium came to fruition it only made sense that it would have his namesake.

During the honoring of the auditorium, the President of the University Dirceu de Mello gave a speech where he spoke highly of his colleague. President Mello noted that Judge Silva was willing to help with whatever was needed.

Another lawyer and tenured professor of PUC, Richardo Sayeg, commended his colleague on the many literary works he had published including forty articles and thirteen books. Richardo Sayeg was noted as saying of Judge Marco Antonio Marques da Silva, “He fills us with pride and satisfaction, unanimously recognized by his fellow professors and students as one of our esteemed and most prominent teachers.”

The Judge thanked the women in his life: his mother and sisters, wife and daughters. He also noted that he still has the same passion today that he had when he graduated from college many years ago. This is the passion that led him to where he is today.