Bruce Katzen is a distinguished attorney who lives and works in Miami, Florida, although his work takes him to courtrooms across the United States. He is a founding partner at the law firm Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine, P.L., and is the chairman of its Trust & Estates Litigation Practice Group. He began his professional career as a certified public accountant, a role in which he developed a lot of interest in probate cases and financial fraud. He decided to become an attorney and so attended The University of Miami School of Law He began his career as an attorney in 1984.
Many of Bruce Katzen‘s cases involve personal matters such as guardianship, trust, and probate disputes. He also handles cases involving corporate litigation as well as FiNRA arbitrations, stockbroker liability, accountant liability, and those involving securities. The areas of the law that Bruce Katzen is especially known for are company purchase and sales disputes, financial fraud, life insurance coverage disputes, and trust, guardianship, and probate disputes.
In Best Lawyer of America’s 2019 recognition list, nine lawyers from his law firm were named as well as Bruce Katzen himself. He was named for his legal expertise when it comes to commercial litigation and securities/capital markets law. Another founding member of this law firm stated that he was very happy that all of these attorneys made the list and showed how dedicated to the legal profession Bruce Katzen and his cohorts are.
Bruce Katzen has joined numerous professional organizations including The Florida Bar, the Dade County Bar Association, and the American Bar Association. He is also generous when giving to charity and has been a longtime supporter of nonprofits including the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, the United Way, and the Mount Sinai Medical Center Foundation Young Presidents.