Bruce Katzen is a Miami-area lawyer whose key specialties are securities, capital markets law, and commercial litigation. It was in 1984 that he earned his doctor of law degree at the University of Miami School of Law. While there his activities and societies included being a Reid Scholar and part of Law Review.
Since 2009, he has been one of the founding partners of Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine, P.L. His law firm takes on complex cases from not just Florida but across the United States. Bruce Katzen’s law firm has been nationally recognized as highly effective advocates for their clients. He says that he develops a great understanding of the issue affecting his client and gets highly prepared for litigation regarding in it. He has appeared in state and federal courts all over the country as a lead class counsel.
Bruce Katzen is directly in charge of his law firm’s Trust and Estate’s Litigation Practice Group. He handles trust and guardianship disputes as well as stockbroker liability, securities, and issues involving accountants. He also manages cases involving probate, franchise disputes, financial fraud, and other legal matters.
Before becoming a lawyer Bruce Katzen had been a certified public accountant. It was during this period he became very interested in lawsuits involving probate as well as financial fraud and so he decided to pursue a law degree.
His work as a lawyer has been mentioned in a large number of publications such as the South Florida Legal Guide, Florida Trend Magazine, Super Lawyers Business Edition, and th South Florida Business Journal. US News and World Report put him on their Best Lawyers In America within the Securities and Capital Markets Law list.