Lowell J. Kuvin,
Lowell J. Kuvin has been an attorney since 2008 and he comes from a family rich in law experience. Mr. Kuvin's father was a distinguished member of the Florida Bar for more than 50 years and two of Mr. Kuvin's brothers are well respected Florida lawyers as well.
Mr. Kuvin is a member of the Florida Bar, the Federal Bar for the Southern, Middle and Northern Districts of Florida, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, the Miami-Dade County Bar Association the American Bar Association, the National Employment Lawyers Association and the National Employment Law Project. He graduated from St. Thomas School of Law in Miami Florida in 2007.
Becoming a licensed Florida lawyer is Mr. Kuvin second career. Mr. Kuvin spent 25 years in the restaurant business both locally and throughout both the United States and Europe. Don Shula’s Steak House and Joe’s Stone Crab are just a few of the well-established restaurants Mr. Kuvin was respectably employed by.
Mr. Kuvin has been selected as a "Super Lawyer/Top Attorney in Florida - Rising Star" for the years 2013 to 2018. Mr. Kuvin had the opportunity during law school to intern for the Honorable Judge William Dimitrouleas of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
During his third year in law school, Mr. Kuvin authored and argued his own brief before a panel of three judges at the Third District Court of Appeal in Miami Florida. The Court returned a decision in Mr. Kuvin’s favor. While the decision was later overturned by the same court sitting en banc, Mr. Kuvin dedicated himself to seeing the law changed.
In 2012, due to Mr. Kuvin's tenacity, the voters of Coral Gables voted to change the 50-year-old law.
Mr. Kuvin’s victory was highlighted in many media sources such as the New York Times, The Washington Post, The Miami Herald, and The Colbert Report television program.
Robert W. Brock,
Robert W. Brock II, Esq. is graduate of FIU School of Law, Robert brings a strong set of legal and people skills to Kuvin Law. His interests include representing employees in wage and hours lawsuits including class actions and collective actions in state and federal courts. Mr. Brock also defends those accused of crimes, and fighting for victims injured by corporate negligence.
Hired by Roy Black to clerk for his firm, Black, Srebnick, Kornspan & Stumpf, P.A., Robert gained invaluable experience at this ultra-high-end defense firm. He worked there for 2 ½ years while finishing law school and participated actively in case strategy, both civil and criminal.
Prior to law school, Robert earned two undergraduate degrees from Florida State, where he was a National Merit Scholar and made the Dean’s List. Coming from a political family (his father was the mayor of their town), Robert majored in Political Science. Later he gained a second bachelor’s in Hospitality Management from Florida State, historically one of the top hospitality schools in the country and the only one situated in the school of business. After graduating, Robert went on to become the General Manager of The Restaurant and Bar at the Ritz-Carlton, Atlanta. He won a number of awards, including the AAA Five-Diamond Award for The Restaurant (one of only twenty in the nation), and was voted Leader of the Quarter by his peers at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, the only two-time recipient of the Malcolm Baldridge National Quality Award in the service category.
Sunny Mullick focuses his practice on general and complex commercial litigation, wage and overtime (FLSA), employment discrimination and bankruptcy. For more than 19 years, Mr. Mullick has litigated numerous contractual disputes, real estate related actions, business torts, foreclosures, insurance and reinsurance actions, construction industry actions and suits involving application of foreign law.
Mr. Mullick's bankruptcy experience includes representing companies, individuals, trustees and creditors in Chapter 7, 11 and 13 cases and in adversary proceedings. He also has extensive experience litigating multi-million dollar receivership actions. Mr. Mullick frequently practices in both state and federal courts, and has significant arbitration experience. He has represented individuals, corporations, banks and financial institutions, insurance companies, investors and foreign governments. Mr. Mullick takes great pride in providing excellent service to his clients.
Originally from New York, Mr. Mullick received his undergraduate degree from Tufts University, and his J.D. degree from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. He is a member of the bars of the states of Florida, New York and New Jersey; and he is admitted to practice in the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. District Courts for the Southern and Middle Districts of Florida, the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, and the District of New Jersey. Mr. Mullick practiced law in New York and New Jersey for several years before moving to Florida, and has worked at prominent law firms.
Mr. Mullick was selected as a Florida Rising Star by Super Lawyers magazine in 2009. He was selected as one of South Florida’s Top Rated Lawyers by Legal Leaders in 2012 and 2013. As of 2012, he has been peer rated as AV® Preeminent™ in Martindale Hubbell® for litigation, bankruptcy and commercial law. The Martindale-Hubbell® AV® Preeminent™ rating is the highest possible rating for an attorney for both ethical standards and legal ability.
Mr. Mullick is a former Board member and Executive Director of Sunil’s Home Orphanage, a Miami-based 501(c)(3) charity that helps orphans in India. He is also a former Board member of the Miami-Dade County Asian American Advisory Board. He is fluent in Hindi and conversational in French.