Bhakti kadiwar

Bhakti is a research and writing attorney who provides in-depth analysis of case law and writes arguments behind the scenes for her trial attorney colleagues. Bhakti seeks to provide a thorough legal background of the issues other attorneys may then take to court and argue in front of a judge or jury. She has conducted research and writing in federal crime and civil rights cases as well as a number of medical malpractice, personal injury, DUI, domestic violence, misdemeanor and felony crimes.   
Bhakti works closely with Philip Reizenstein as his associate in his federal, state, and appellate cases. She conducts quick research during hearings and trial in addition to providing writing support for Mr. Reizenstein’s numerous briefs and motions in state and federal court.  
A University of Miami School of Law graduate, Bhakti received the Book award for the highest grade in her Research and Writing for Lawyers course. She served as a research assistant to a law professor and leading authority in Alcoholic Beverage and Food law during all three years of law school. Bhakti was also a judicial intern for the Honorable Don Cohn, an experience through which allowed her to observe from the bench numerous hearings and trials between insurance defense and plaintiffs’ attorneys for foreclosure and small claims clients. 


Medical Malpractice

Health Fraud

Federal Cases

Legal Counseling


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