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Steven Brodie Reelected as Vice President of Greater Miami Jewish Federation

MIAMI, FL – Carlton Fields’ Steven Brodie was reelected to serve as vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation for 2024–2027. Brodie’s reelection was announced at the organization’s 86th annual meeting on May 30.

The Greater Miami Jewish Federation works to mobilize human and financial resources to care for those in need, strengthen Jewish life, and advance the unity, values, and shared purpose of the Jewish people in Miami, Israel, and worldwide.

Brodie has been deeply involved in the Miami-Dade community for more than four decades. He is a recipient of the Stanley C. Myers Presidents' Leadership Award, has held numerous positions at the federation, and currently serves on its board of directors and executive committee. Brodie and his wife also established the Brodie Family Philanthropic Fund to ensure that their impact on the community will continue beyond their lifetime.

At Carlton Fields, Brodie has extensive experience in insurance-related litigation, including coverage, defense, and regulatory matters. His clients include Fortune 100 companies, major insurers, financial services companies, telecommunications firms, officers and directors, institutional lenders, and developers. Brodie also counsels a wide variety of insurance companies with respect to multiple lines of business as well as leading insurance brokers. His services include litigating insurance coverage matters, first-party claims, bad faith claims, and a wide variety of class action defense including securities, cyber and data breaches, and TCPA matters.



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