Q and A with attorney Todd Levine

Posted on July 29, 2019

Todd Levine is a lawyer who represents many different kinds of clients such as investors, brokers, contractors, and more. Levine is regarded as the founding member of his own practice named Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine. There is another dimension to the individual, although, as he enjoys both art and science. In fact, he is a musician who believes that it gives him another edge above other attorneys. Todd Levine attended both the University of Florida for his bachelors in Finance and Florida Levin College of Law for his law degree. The attorney has won awards for his work such as placing in US News and World Report for last year and being noticed by various publications in Florida Trend Magazine, Super Lawyers Business Review, among many others. The Q & A begins with Todd Levine addressing where the idea to form his own law firm came from as he states it arrived from noticing his skills in litigation and gaining more clients through experience. The attorney reflects that each day can be different for him: whether he is at trial, meeting with clients, speaking on the phone, attending meetings, or traveling. He makes note that he likes to use his time wisely and plans ahead. Todd Levine identifies that he brings ideas to life by working rigorously on cases like analyzing the facts and evidence. According to him, being simple is the way to go. One habit that the attorney outlines that really helps him is in being prepared to be able to respond to arguments during a trial and ultimately be able to win cases for the clients. His best advice that he would offer to his younger self is to find the niche and develop in that specific field. Todd Levine speaks about the importance of making outlines and addresses how it helps him out a lot to organize thoughts and bring them together. The lawyer reflects that his business has been able to grow by offering excellent service to customers and being available to answer any concerns/questions. The attorney notes that he learned from his past mistakes with not preparing as well as he could for cases and recounts an experience where he bought his son equipment for the piano. Lastly, Todd Levine recommends the book “The Fountainhead” by author Ayn Rand.

 

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Learn Business From Mr. Vinod Gupta

Posted on May 31, 2018

Business in the United States is more active than anywhere else on the planet. America is home to the strongest economy in terms of gross domestic product, which means there is more money changed hands regularly in the United States than in any other nation.

 

Vinod Gupta, a longtime United States citizen, first came from India in 1967 to Omaha, Nebraska, where he is still based today. Currently the lead executive of Everest Capital Partners, Inc., an alternative investment firm that helps institutional investors grow their portfolios more quickly than nearly all other such portfolio managers in the Omaha, Nebraska, area, Vinod Gupta started the company nearly a decade ago after he sold Infogroup, a company he’s had control over since he founded its predecessor in 1972.

 

Mr. Gupta’s career in both education and commerce in the United States has been hallmarked by his robust success and Vinod Gupta’s equally strong drive to succeed.

 

Just two weeks ago, Mr. Gupta was interviewed by the editorial team at IdeaMensch, the Internet’s best spot to reach out to for insightful interviews that expose the World Wide Web to some of the greatest entrepreneurs and other public or important figures.

 

In 1972, American Business Information was created by the one and only Vinod Gupta – he didn’t have any help, either. Over time, American Business Information turned into InfoUSA, which was owned by Infogroup; the difference? The latter is the parent company with more than InfoUSA under its leadership, though the majority of its operations related to InfoUSA.

 

Mr. Gupta got the initial idea for American Business Information after a former employer asked the ex-marketing researcher to compile an exhaustive list of potential clients. Gupta completed the job successfully, though he quickly realized that browsing through 9,800-some Yellow Pages local phonebooks was not appealing to anybody – he correctly guessed that businesses and people would pay for hordes of accurate information.

 

Read more about Vinod Gupta on Vinod Gupta: Indian-born American Businessman, Investor, and Philanthropist.

 

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