Katzman, Wasserman, Bennardini & Rubinstein, P.A.
Steven M. Katzman
Chair, Complex Commercial Litigation
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Chair, Personal Injury
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Charles J. Bennardini
Charles J. Bennardini – Mr. Bennardini concentrates his practice in the areas of complex commercial and business litigation, securities litigation and arbitration, professional malpractice and legal ethics, and adversarial probate litigation. After retiring from the United States Coast Guard as a law specialist in 1997, he practiced with the firm of Tew Cardinas until the founding of Katzman Wasserman Bennardini & Rubinstein, P.A. in 2001.
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Craig A. Rubinstein
Craig A. Rubinstein – A member of American Mensa, Craig Rubinstein received his Bachelor of Arts degree in economics, cum laude, from Brandeis University. While a student at Boston University School of Law, from which he received his Juris Doctor degree, in addition to being a member of the Kaufman Securities Law Moot Court Team, he authored “Excessive Mutual Fund Advisory Fees", which was published in the Annual Review of Banking Law.
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Jason R. Katzman
Jason R. Katzman joined Katzman, Wasserman, Bennardini & Rubinstein, P.A. as an associate in 2020. He concentrates his practice on complex commercial and corporate litigation, contract disputes, and professional malpractice. His experience includes pursuing and resolving claims that have sought damages as high as two-hundred and fifty million dollars; however, he prides himself on assisting each of his clients to achieve the best results possible no matter the size or nature of the case.
ROBERT S. HACKLEMAN
Complex Commercial and Corporate Litigation
Probate and Trust Litigation
Labor and Employment Litigation
Securities and Shareholder Litigation
Class Action Defense
Ms. Bardunias represents national and local clients in complex business litigation in Florida's federal and state courts, as well as in arbitration. Representative matters include the successful defense of a Big Four accounting firm in a $500 million auditing malpractice arbitration; the successful prosecution of national construction and engineering firm's multiple-contract disputes.
Contingency Fee Representation
The majority of our cases on behalf of clients filing lawsuits or arbitration claims now involve at least a partial contingency fee relationship in order to reduce the client’s out-of-pocket obligations, while at the same time creating a win-win opportunity for both client and his or her lawyer.