Marc is a partner and joined the original firm (Trachtman & Trachtman, LLP) in 1997. In addition to being an extremely skilled civil litigator, Marc successfully handles an exceptionally wide array of civil litigation and complex matters, including commercial general liability defense, including premises liability, automobile, and construction accidents, in addition to construction and business litigation, subrogation, and professional negligence.
Marc experiences success in the Courtroom. His trial achievements were well chronicled in the Los Angeles Daily Journal publication, Verdicts & Settlements. Marc’s photograph graced the cover of this renowned publication, which featured an article on Marc’s trial techniques and skills relative to his attainment of a notable medical malpractice verdict. Marc was named a “Southern California Super Lawyer” by the publishers of Los Angeles Magazine as selected by his peers, of which only 5% of the total lawyers in Southern California are listed as “Super Lawyers.” Marc also has lectured for State Approved Continuing Legal Education Credit on developing trial strategy. Marc also regularly presents seminars to insurance companies and third-party administrators on the subjects of claims handling practices and litigation trends.
Marc volunteers his time with the Orange County and Los Angeles Superior Court’s alternative dispute resolution panels and with mandatory settlement conferences (MSCs). He is also a member of the Association of Southern California Defense Counsel, Orange Country Trial Lawyers Association, Orange County Bar Association, and Orange County Barristers.
In 1993, Marc received his Juris Doctor from California Western School of Law and was admitted to the California State Bar. In 1990, Marc graduated from the University of California at Davis with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics. While at UC Davis, Marc was elected President of the Interfraternity Council and was nominated by the Assistant Vice Chancellor to participate in UC Davis’s prestigious Leadership Institute.