Jeffrey K. Levine
Attorney at Law
After nearly 30 years of practice NYadvocate Jeffrey Levine has a long list of legal accomplishments, featured front page news regarding cases he handled, and record breaking verdicts/settlements. For many that history could be important to know as a prospective client, (click here if you wish to review) and were the outcomes of actions Attorney Levine achieved in and out of the Courtroom. To be sure Attorney Levine’s successes are important in selecting your lawyer, but what distinguishes Attorney Levine from the many other well regarded trial and appellate lawyers?
Clients told us over and over again about his "balanced approach" of regular contact with them and his no-nonsense attitude in the Courtroom. Attorney Levine was repeatedly described as “a patient person” with a "great bedside manner" who was not on the clock and "took the time to review and explain whatever was necessary" so that his clients were well informed. That balance of being an excellent trial attorney along with healthy doses of compassion, kindness and sympathy resonated most with his clients.
Bottom line — we want to have you meet Attorney Levine and decide for yourself whether he is a lawyer you can work with, who will listen, communicate, understand your issues, and effectively and meaningfully represent your very best interests. And like in years past when doctors would make house calls, Attorney Levine will come and visit you.
Hobart College, High Honors
Loyola University School of Law
U.S. District Court Southern District of New York
U.S. District Court Eastern District of New York
U.S. Supreme Court
Atty. Levine's published articles include:
•August 9, 2011- Social Security Numbers: Nine Non-Discoverable Digits
•May 5, 2010- Out-of-State Affidavits-CPLR §2309(c)
•August 7, 2008- A Constructive Trust: Not an Estate Planning Tool
•August 14, 2007- Value of a New York Notary Public
•February 6, 2006- Evidentiary Objections in Motions:Law of the Case?
•April 14, 2004- Judicial Exceptions to Prior Written Notice
•September 10, 2002- The Consequences of Verified Pleadings
•September 7, 1999- 'Trivial' or Slight Defects-A Doctrine Misunderstood