David Levine is a founding partner of Sanchez Fischer Levine, LLP and heads the firm’s Miami office. David’s law practice focuses primarily in the areas of international, cross-border and commercial litigation and arbitration. David has extensive trial experience representing domestic and foreign clients in complex, commercial disputes in federal and state courts as well as in arbitration proceedings. David routinely represents clients in high stakes, “bet the company” litigation, where he utilizes his experience and pragmatic approach to help clients navigate their cases.
David has quickly garnered a reputation for his strong litigation skills, such as his successful representation of the South American Soccer Confederation in the civil fallout from the FIFA-gate corruption scandal; his trial efforts that helped secure a multi-million-dollar jury verdict in the Southern District of Florida on behalf of an individual inventor in a patent infringement lawsuit against one of the world’s largest corporations; and his countless other efforts that have resulted in millions of dollars in recovery on behalf of his clients.
Outside of the courtroom, David co-chairs the International Ethics Committee of the American Bar Association’s Section of International Law and regularly speaks on ABA panels around the country on cutting edge ethical issues facing attorneys. David has also been an invited speaker at the Business Law Section of the Florida Bar where he showcased his trial skills in a mock trial for the Florida Bar IP Symposium.
Prior to founding Sanchez Fischer Levine, LLP, David was a partner at a prominent international litigation law firm in South Florida.