Michael Levine is a shareholder with Stewart Tilghman Fox Bianchi & Cain, P.A. where he represents people and families across Florida in catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases. Prior to joining the firm, Michael was a law clerk to United States District Court Judge Paul C. Huck. He graduated cum laude from the University of Florida and summa cum laude from the University of Miami School of Law. While in law school, Michael was a member of the University of Miami Law Review and the Charles C. Papy, Jr. Moot Court Board.
Michael's practice involves medical malpractice, products liability, alcohol and dram shop liability, and a variety of premises liability cases. Michael also represents families of those who died or were severely injured as a result of dangerous fraternity hazing incidents. In 2019, along with his law partner David Bianchi, Michael drafted a bill to help strengthen Florida’s Anti-Hazing law. The bill, which was signed into law in June of 2019, is named “Andrew’s Law,” after Andrew Coffey, an FSU student who died in November 2017 during a fraternity hazing tradition. Michael represented Andrew’s parents in a civil suit against the national fraternity and 14 other defendants.
Michael serves on the Florida Bar's Civil Procedure Rules Committee and is actively involved in the CLE committee. He also serves on the board of directors of Jewish Community Services of South Florida, which has provided social services throughout the Miami-Dade County community for over 100 years.