In its January 22nd, 2018 issue, the Los Angeles Business Journal named Marc Andre Bertet  to its list of Most Influential Minority Lawyers. Bertet is a “leading trial lawyer and civil litigator with extensive experience in the LGBTQ community in the entertainment industry.”  As an expert negotiator for the firm, Mr. Bertet discreetly negotiated and crafted terms of a highly confidential paternity case on behalf of one of the highest paid boy band popstars with international social media following, with no leaks to paparazzi. In 2017, he successfully crafted a child custody agreement on behalf of A-list star,  surrounding serious issues of substance abuse, all without media attention;

Mr. Bertet  was singled out by the LA Business Journal editorial staff for his work as outspoken activist in the LGBTQ community in Los Angeles, Marc is also a leader in Family Law on the topic of same sex marriage, registered domestic partnerships and dissolutions. He is recognized for his work on behalf of same sex couples in preparation and negotiation of premarital/post nuptial/marital settlement agreements and pursuit/defense of parentage actions (child custody), property rights, partner/spousal support, and taxation issues specific to same sex couples. Creating awareness to other family law practitioners in representing LGBTQ clients, Marc served as both key architect and panel expert at the Los Angeles County Bar Association’s48th Annual Family Law Symposium; Marc lectured on the US Supreme Court ruling Obergefell v. Hodges 135 S. Ct. 2584 (2015) (legalizing same sex marriage in the United States) and how the landmark decision effects same sex couples in dissolution proceedings. Marc was co-architect on a panel presentation, and lectured on same-sex marriage and dissolutions at the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, entitled: Marriage Equality in the 21st Century.  In educating his peers, it is important to Marc to raise awareness of issues specific to same-sex couples, to eliminate bias, and to create an environment of cultural awareness among family law practitioners in representing same-sex couples