Bruce Katzen

Attorney, Volunteer, and Project Manager in Miami Beach, Florida

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Bruce Katzen operates as the Chair of Kluger Kaplan’s Trust & Estate’s Litigation Practice Group, where he focuses his practice on litigation of probate, trust and guardianship disputes along with commercial litigation. This involves anything related to corporate matters, securities, accountants’ liability, stockbroker liability and FiNRA arbitrations.

Bruce has been recognized for his profound work in the areas of financial fraud, franchise disputes, probate, trust and guardianship disputes, company purchase and sale disputes, and life insurance coverage disputes.

His early experience as a CPA, (certified public accountant) is what launched his interest in the complicated areas of financial fraud and probate cases. Considering the industrial financial issues in most of his cases, Bruce’s background and experience allows him to more deeply understand the issues. In addition, he is more precisely able to examine witnesses and experts closely and help advance his client’s position with zeal.

Before being certified as a Certified Public Accountant, Bruce received his Bachelor’s degree from Boston University and graduated Summa Cum Laude in 1980. He later went on to study law at the University of Miami School of Law, where he graduated as the salutatorian in 1984.

He has been recognized in a multitude of publications including by the Super Lawyers Business Edition, Florida Super Lawyers Magazine, the South Florida Business Journal, and the South Florida Legal Guide. He has been noted as one of the best lawyers in America by the US News and World Report within the Securities and Capital Markets Law from 2011 until 2018.

Bruce is also extremely passionate about each of his clients and their unique cases. He immerses himself in his work in order to carefully consider the facts and issues to craft a winning plan of action. He is a caring and hard-working professional who dedicates himself to assisting the needs of his clients