A Miami native, Andrew T. Lavin has represented businesses and individuals in complex commercial litigation, probate litigation, real estate litigation, and class-action suit litigation for the past 40 years.
Nearly every kind of case has come across Lavin’s desk over the years, and while his goal is always to achieve a resolution to a dispute prior to litigation, he has had great success in the courtroom. After a nine-week trial, Lavin won a jury verdict of $5 million in John P. Fountas v. Microcomputer Resources, Inc., and while representing Hialeah Park Racing & Casino he both successfully defended the track’s land ownership and secured a summer jai-alai permit for an affiliate.
Lavin is a member of the Florida Bar, the Southern District of Florida Bar and the United States Supreme Court Bar. He has been recognized on a number of occasions by Florida Super Lawyers magazine and is an AV rated attorney by Martindale-Hubbell.
Lavin received his Juris Doctor degree from Georgetown Law Center in 1978, graduating Magna Cum Laude and was an editor of the Law Review. He graduated with honors from Emory University in 1975. He relishes the opportunity to work alongside his two sons every day.
Daniel E.I. Lavin focuses in the area of complex commercial litigation, contract disputes, real estate litigation, class-action suits and probate litigation. He also enjoys working with startup companies and helping them navigate through various business issues. A member of the Florida Bar, Lavin received his Juris Doctor degree from St. Thomas University in 2008. A graduate of Brandeis University in 2005, Lavin majored in American Studies and minored in Philosophy.
In college, he was also a four-year varsity letterman in baseball, and attributes his competitive edge in the courtroom and at the negotiating table to his years playing collegiate ball.
A community guy and father of three young boys, Lavin is on the board of the NMB Optimist and an active parent leader at the Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center. He also volunteers his time at the Special Olympics track and field games in North Miami Beach.
Zachary S. Lavin focuses in the area of complex commercial litigation, contractual disputes, real estate litigation, class-action suits and probate litigation. He enjoys working directly with clients and has taken on a number of pro bono clients with cases ranging from contract disputes to malpractice suits. He is a member of the Florida Bar and the Broward County Bar Association.
Lavin received his Juris Doctor degree from Touro Law Center in 2005. He graduated from the Freeman School of Business at Tulane University in 2002, double majoring in Marketing and Management. At Tulane he was also a member of the Sigma Nu fraternity.
Lavin is also currently a board member of the David L Singer Memorial Foundation, which produces the annual area track and field games for the Special Olympics.
Scott E. Tuckman has represented plaintiffs and defendants in contract and collections actions, employment and commission claims, real estate disputes, probate litigation, and unfair competition claims since joining Lavin Law Group (formerly Navon & Lavin P.A.) in 2004.
Prior to joining the firm, Tuckman handled commercial litigation for Levy Kneen Mariana LLC, spent eight years as general counsel for Carole Korn Interiors, and handled all phases of general civil litigation at Kwiatt & Silverman, LTD., in Chicago, Illinois.
Tuckman is a member of the Florida Bar, the Illinois Bar, the Southern District of Florida Bar, Northern District of Illinois Bar, the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit and the Federal Trial Bar in the Northern District of Illinois. He received his Juris Doctor degree from John Marshall University and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Northern Illinois University.