Who’s Marty Singer?
Marty “Legal Pit-bull” Singer is a partner with the Los Angeles law firm, Lavely & Singer. He’s best known for representing the luxury, star customers, such as Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Sylvester Stallone, Demi Moore, Celine Dion and Jim Carey.
Marty Singer’s Historical Lifestyle, Childhood, and EducationMarty Singer was Created on April 25, 1952, Usa, in Brooklyn, New York , New York. He admitted to bar, 1977, California; 1978, U.S. District Court, Central District of California; 1990, U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit. He’s the son of Sari Singer and Gyula Singer. He also attended the City College of New York where he obtained BA degree in 1974. Following that, he moved into Brooklyn Law School and finished his degree in 1977. He retains the American nationality and proceeds to Caucasian ethnicity.
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— Marty Singer (@MartyBsinger) October 13, 2009
Marty Singer’s Career, Salary, and Net worth
Marty Singer makes a profession from un-caging star song-birds,” LA Confidential Magazine, Summer 2003. America’s Leading Lawyers” is the most esteemed legal directory of U.S. attorneys and law firms published by Chambers & Partners. As stated by the Daily Journal’s lists of this “Top 100 Lawyers in California” annually consecutively from 2016 back through 2005. He’s the member of this International Reputation Protection (“IRP”) Collaborative Community and distinguished invited a speaker and also only U.S. lawyer representative in the 2010 IRP Symposium at Madrid. He called “Entertainment Lawyer of the Year” 2012 from the Beverly Hills Bar Association (BHBA). He’s come to be the go-to man for Pit-bull lawyering- his customers employ him to quiet the undesirable press and also make accusations of unlawfulness evaporate. Regardless of this, his present estimated Net Worth of Marty Singer is $10.5 million.
@sreenet http://twitpic.com/gqup1 – I live 5 min away…fact of life in Bergen County…Blue Laws still in effect. Next time you're out …
— Marty Singer (@MartyBsinger) September 7, 2009