As the Chairman of Kluger Kaplan’s Trust & Estate’s Litigation Practice Group, Bruce Katzen main area of focus is the guardian and trust disputes as well as the practice on the litigation of probate. His other area of interest is the commercial litigation which includes FiNRA arbitrations, corporate matters, accountant’s liability, and securities. His area has been highly appreciated especially when it comes to Probate, financial fraud, guardianship disputes, franchise disputes, trust and the disputes that arise from the life insurance cover.
Bruce Katzen’s interest for the current position that he holds was sparked up by his training as a certified public accountant. He picked probate cases as well as elaborate financial fraud as his stronghold and indeed he is good at what he does. The technicality that is involved in the type of instances needs someone who clearly understands all the matters related to finance. Therefore, this gives Bruce Katzen an upper hand as he has all the financial issues at his fingertips.
Education and Professional Membership
He did his undergraduate law degree at the University of Miami, and he is a recognized professionally by the following bodies in the country. The Florida Bar including the Florida Bar (Federal Rules Committee) and the Florida Bar (Committee of Relations with CPAs as the former chairman) as well as the Dade County Bar Association. Furthermore, he is a member of the American Bar Association as well as Dade County Trial Lawyers Association as a former director from the year 1991 all the way to the year 1992. Moreover, he is a member of the American Trial Lawyers’ Association and the United way as well. Last but not least, he is a member of Mount Sinai Medical Center Foundation for Young Presidents as well as the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.