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Todd Levine – Commercial Real Estate Litigator

US News and World Report named Todd Levine, a founding member at Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine, P.L. the 2018 Best Lawyer for Real Estate Litigation.

In addition to this honor, Todd Levine has been mentioned in Super Lawyers Business Edition here, Florida Trend Magazine and South Florida Business Journal. He was also recognized by Martindale Hubbell Legal Leaders as one of South Florida’s Top Rated Lawyers for Commercial Litigation in 2012.

Todd Levine earned his Bachelor’s in Finance from the University of Florida and he later went on to earn his law degree from the University of Florida, where he graduated with honors.

Todd Levine found his talent for litigating early in his career. He recognized his talents in being able to simplify the intricate which allowed him to find success in complex commercial litigation.

For Todd Levine, productivity is key. He tries to utilize all of his available time and makes sure to prioritize his schedule so that he is able to ensure that his clients receive the service they deserve and expect. He credits his preparation as one of the keys to his success.

Todd Levine has built his practice by doing the best job possible for his clients and through his success in the courtroom. He has cultivated his firm by maintaining a client-first mentality, not only because his clients are the lifeblood of his business, but also because he truly cares about his clients and their cases. In this manner he has been able to build his practice mainly through client referrals. In fact, he recommends finding a specialty and developing that because the more quickly one can become the subject matter expert, the more likely that clients will seek them out instead of the other way around.

Apart from his legal practice, Todd is an avid musician and an artist. He enjoys playing the guitar and keyboard and he also credits his love of the arts for having helped him in the courtroom and in mediation.

Francisco Domenech Brings Together the Young Democrats

The existence of the Young Democrats seemed inevitable after various College Young Republican groups came into existence. Even the 1980s series Family Ties featured several episodes with Alex P. Keaton, star of Back to the Future, as a member. For some reason, there seemed to be no equivalent of a Young Democrats group for college students. The idea might not seem creative, but it took an up-and-coming Puerto Rican political science major to correct the situation. Francisco Domenech corrected the situation at the University of Puerto Rico. All he needed to do was connect like-minded people who shared his ideals together. Follow Francisco Domenech on twitter for more updates.

The community organizer credits being born into a creative family for his ability to come up with solutions, but it is more likely his unwillingness to give up has more to do with his political career success. He has worked on many different campaigns throughout his native US territory of Puerto Rico and on the national scale. In addition to his local work, he has also worked on the presidential campaign of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

The Young Democrats founder spent the last several months helping coordinate relief efforts for Hurricane Maria throughout the island. Domenech stayed out of the feud between the mayor of San Juan and President Donald Trump over failed relief efforts to the island. He is, however, certain that the failing F-35 Lightning II is not as invisible as Donald Trump suggested it was during the president’s visit to the island.

Franscisco Domenech hopes to work on the next Democratic nominee’s presidential campaign, although it is unlikely it will be the campaign of another Clinton. No one knows if Vermont senator Bernie Sanders will make another attempt at running for high office. Neither the Democratic nor the Republican party seems to have learned the lessons of the 2016 election.

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Jeremy Goldstein: Stock options EPS

Knock out options have been recommended by attorney Jeremy Goldstein as a replacement to the stock options. Knockout options add the advantage of being able to expire if prices fall below a certain level. It means that the company won’t have to incur costs for something that is no longer valuable. This is unlike the stock options which will still be liable for accounting even when the fall has been lost. The knockout options also make sure that the workers do not lose their incentives even when the stock process fall below certain levels. These two solutions eliminate the problems which are seen with the stock options.


Jeremy Goldstein recommends this option because it retains the advantages of the stock options but eliminates the stock options. When implemented in a company, it is likely to work to the benefit of the company. By making sure that the incentive of the worker is retained, the knockout options ensures that workers will give their best in making sure the company achieves its target. They stand to gain profit the company makes since they have an ownership in the company. Stock options also make sure that the company does not suffer from a stock overhang. The company will, therefore, be able to maintain good books with the shareholders of the company. Learn more:


EPS is a corporate compensation method that has both advantages and disadvantages according to Jeremy Goldstein. Jeremy Goldstein, a person who has witnessed forts hand the effects of incentives methods in business. Some methods will destroy the business while there are others that will build it. The effect will depend on who is applying the business method and in which type of business.


EPS can lead to quick growth in a company. When the value goes up, the company will be attractive to an investor. However, still, on this point, the method may be misused by people who determine its value. The executive sets the metrics for performance based on incentives. They can use it in the right way or even misuse it to cheat investors with a good stock value. There are also issues about the method encouraging favoritism.


About Jeremy Goldstein


Jeremy Goldstein is a co-founder of a law firm called Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates. Through this firm, Jeremy Goldstein has been working with people in the corporate sector to look for methods that the companies can grow by incorporating good working relationship with their workers. Jeremy had worked with the big corporation in the world such as the United Technologies’ when it was acquiring Goodrich. Jeremy Goldstein is high conversant with matters of mergers and acquisition and has been working hard with even other corporations to give the company the best services ever.