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​Our Attorneys at KUVIN.LAW

"We are a small, hard-working law firm that can deliver big results. We are based in Miami, Florida, however, we litigate cases throughout the State of Florida. With our direct approach to finding success for our clients, we use smart, economical solutions backed by strong advocacy, research, and writing skills; we offer our clients the full package."

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, with honors, from St. Thomas School of Law in Miami Florida in 2007.


Becoming a licensed Florida lawyer is Mr. Kuvin's 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" several times throughout his career. 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.


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