We are grateful when our colleagues place their trust in our law office. We are pleased to negotiate favorable referral fees when allowed by law or to act as co-counsel on cases with the referring lawyer.
For more than three decades, attorneys have been referring their toughest cases to Stewart Levin. This is no accident, as Mr. Levin is uniquely suited to litigate cases involving the elderly, which often involve a blend of civil and probate litigation, including financial fraud, trust contests, breach of fiduciary duty, isolation, negligence, and elder abuse.
Mr. Levin is frequently asked to lecture to lawyers and lay persons in the area of elder law, specifically, on financial elder abuse. Recently, Mr. Levin was invited to teach other lawyers at a seminar sponsored by CEB, Continuing Education of the Bar, on Financial Elder Abuse Litigation.
Additionally, the Elder Law Section of the Beverly Hills Bar Association invited Mr. Levin to give a presentation on his litigation experiences and insights based upon his many years actually litigating and resolving cases.
In January 2016, Mr. Levin taught a clinical trial practice course as a Professor of Law teaching trial skills to law students and psychiatrists in a UCLA-Southwestern Law School course.
“Stewart’s litigation skills, negotiation expertise, and strategic insight, have transformed complex situations into successfully resolved cases on many occasions.”
— Terry M. Magady, Esq., Certified Elder Law Expert