Todd Levine’s Extraordinary Practice of the Law

Todd Levine is a truly exceptional lawyer and founder of a great law firm. As a founding member of Klugar, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen, and Levine, the firm has grown since 2009 from 17 lawyers to 30 lawyers and it now serves high profile cases with high profile clients. One such high profile client was Alex Rodriguez, the famous baseball player, in his divorce and another was Sweetwater Mayor Orlando Lopez in a dispute with commissioners who wrongfully approved a budget that required a 2 million dollar sale of property that had not been listed and the firm also helped reinstate pay for staff members Lopez had to lay off and excluded the pay for the people Lopez had hired.

The firm is a litigation-only firm but it also takes cases in family law, which does include litigation and nonlitigation matters. Todd Levine was once personally handed a piece of evidence by a mediator which appeared to hurt his case but after examining it more closely he immediately found an aspect of the documents that would allow him to win the case which was truly remarkable. More than just a lawyer with a law degree, Levine credits mentoring from his time with at Klugar Peretz for allowing him to be such a successful complex business litigator. His law firm also emphasizes mentorship for its lawyers and he says “We have a strong culture at our firm of mentoring younger attorneys and teaching younger attorneys on how to think outside the box and come up with novel approaches to problem solving.” Todd Levine is great at thinking outside the box himself as someone with habits such as playing guitar, drawing, playing bass guitar, and playing keyboards along with a helpful interest in math and science.

Bruce Bent II And The Firm That Changed The Financial World

Money market fund is considered the most innovative financial technology of all time. For those who don’t know what money market fund entails, it is a mutual fund that invests in commercial paper or a cash equivalent fund like the U.S Treasury Bills. In the financial world, money market funds are a sanctuary and are considered the safest investment choices that have high yields.

Money market funds in the US are controlled by the Securities and Exchange Commission under the Investment Company Act of 1940. One may believe that money market funds have risks just like any other financial tool. However, it is important to note that although there are risks involved, the risks have a lesser impact when compared to other investment options in the market. More and more people prefer money market funds to other standard short-term investment options because it has a better return.

Bruce Bent II is an amazing business man who truly understands this innovation. In fact, he grew up with the man who was behind the money market fund, his father. Bent II being around the financial industry his whole life has given him a keen understanding to the ins and outs of this business sector.

Bent II graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from Northeastern University. Bent II then began his career helping businesses and people with created financial solutions.  He currently is employed with Double Rock Corporation where he is the president and vice chairman.


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