With a ready proficiency, and applied ability acquired and developed through training and experience, Bruce Katzen is no less than the most prized attorneys of Kluger Kaplan’s Trust & Estate’s Litigation Practice Group. He is also one of the top-rated Estate & Trust Litigation Attorneys in Miami, FL. His remarkable degree of character, diligence and intelligence define his professional life.
Bruce Katzen attained his education at the University of Miami School of law. He was licensed to practice in 1984 in Florida. His practice areas include Estate & Trust Litigation, Business Litigation and Securities Litigation. Currently, Bruce Katzen’s office has an office at 201 South Biscayne Boulevard 27th Floor Miami, FL 33131.
Bruce Katzen is also the chair of Kluger Kaplan’s Trust & Estate’s Litigation Practice Group. Based on his training background as a Certified Public Accountant, he has narrowed his practice on litigation of guardianship and trust, probate litigation and commercial disputes. In commercial litigation, he is famous for securities, cooperate matters, FiNRA arbitrations, accountants’ liability and focuses his practice on litigation of probate, trust and guardianship disputes as well as commercial litigation, including corporate matters, securities, accountants’ and stockbroker liabilities.
Bruce Katzen has earned recognition for his hard work and success in the fields of financial fraud, trust and guardianship, franchise, probate, life insurance coverage, and company purchase and sale disputes. Due to his commitment and contributions in his field of practice, Bruce Katzen has received numerous prestigious awards notably the Best Lawyers in America, U.S. News and World Report, Securities/Capital Markets Law, 2011 – 2019; Super Lawyers Business Edition, 2011-2012; Super Lawyers, Florida and Super Lawyers Magazine, 2010 – 2018.
Super Lawyers is an award given to high performing lawyers from over seventy areas of practice. To achieve this rating, Bruce Katzen proved that he had attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The foolproof process of selection comprises research, peer nominations and peer evaluations.