Meet the Attorneys
Cory B. Kravit is the managing director of Kravit Law, P.A., and concentrates his practice in the areas of real estate transactions, title insurance, landlord/tenant disputes, collections, and commercial litigation. Cory also has extensive experience in the representation of condominium and homeowners associations. Cory is a member of the Florida Bar, the District of Columbia Bar, and the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
Cory attended the University of Florida and received his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science with honors. After an internship with former Congressman E. Clay Shaw, he earned his Juris Doctor degree from Stetson University College of Law. At the University of Florida, Cory was a member of Florida Blue Key and was awarded the William G. Cross Leadership Award. At Stetson University, Cory was awarded the Student Bar Association Student of the Year Award and the William F. Blews Pro Bono Service Award for his commitment to the Youth Court program. Cory was also recently selected to the Super Lawyers 2013 and 2014 Florida Rising Stars list.
In 2001, Cory’s testimony before members of the United States House of Representatives Ways and Means Committee regarding the misuse of Social Security numbers on university campuses led to nationwide attention of student identity theft issues and the University of Florida completely revamping its student identification database system. Excerpts of Cory’s testimony were published in Identity Theft: How to Protect Your Name, Your Credit and Your Vital Information…and What to Do When Someone Hijacks Any of These.
Cory recently served on the City of Boynton Beach Planning and Development Advisory Board, Sandoway House Nature Center Board of Directors, and as the Past-President of the Palm Beach County Gator Club which was recently recognized as one of the Most Outstanding Gator Clubs, in part, for raising over $250,000 in scholarships for graduating high school seniors from Palm Beach County.
Kevin M. Kennedy is a partner of Kravit Law, P.A. and concentrates his practice in the areas of real estate litigation, landlord/tenant disputes, commercial litigation, appellate litigation and collections. Kevin has extensive experience representing condominium and homeowners’ associations, individual unit/lot owners and real estate investment companies in all matters dealing with community association law. Kevin is a member of the Florida Bar and the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
Kevin attended the University of Miami as an undergraduate, receiving his Bachelor’s degree in English Literature, with honors. During his time at the University of Miami, Kevin was very involved in campus life, serving as a Senator on the Student Government, Vice President of his fraternity, and a board member of numerous campus service organizations. Kevin then attended Nova Southeastern University, where he received his Juris Doctor degree. Kevin was invited to become a member of the Moot Court Honor Society and participated in moot court competitions in Florida and New York.
Prior to merging his law practice with Kravit Law, P.A., Kevin owned and operated Kevin M. Kennedy, P.A. Kevin operated his law firm for ten years. Kevin M. Kennedy, P.A. primarily focused its practice representing condominium and homeowners’ associations, individual unit/lot owners and real estate investment companies in all matters dealing with community association law, including but not limited to interpreting and litigating governing document disputes, declaration amendments, covenant enforcement, contract review and drafting, and lien collection and foreclosure litigation.
Today, Kevin continues his service to others as a Board Member of the House of Blue Hope, an international aid organization which houses, feeds, clothes and cares for at-risk children in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. House of Blue Hope provides these children the opportunity to “overcome poverty through education” by enrolling them in school and tutoring programs and providing for their health care. Kevin currently serves as House of Blue Hope’s VP of Fundraising.
As a Partner at Kravit Law, P.A., Mallory S. Teich (Goldsmith) is dedicated to providing exceptional legal services to her clients. With a focus on community associations, collections, and real estate closings (both commercial and residential transactions), Mallory brings extensive expertise and a results-driven approach to satisfy her clients’ needs.
Drawing on her extensive education including holding both a Juris Doctor (JD) degree and an advanced Masters of Law (LL.M) from Hofstra University School of Law as well as an undergraduate Bachelors degree from Emory University – Mallory is well-equipped to handle complex legal matters and deliver favorable outcomes for her clients. As a long-time residend of South Florida for over 30 years, Mallory understands the local real estate market and the importance of a well-run homeowners association. This knowledge and experience enables her to provide tailored legal solutions to clients that align with their unique needs and goals.
Mallory is admitted to practice law in multiple jurisdictions including being licensed to practice law by the Florida State Bar, the New York State Bar, the New Jersey State Bar, and the Virginia State Bar and licensed to practice before the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida. Mallory has been at Kravit Law, P.A. for eight years, during which time she has successfully handled numerous commercial and residential real estate closings from intake through closing and policy issuance. It is no surprise that many of Mallory’s clients return to re-engage her services, confident in her ability to provide them with knowledgeable and effective legal representation.