Bertram Fields was an American lawyer noted for his work in the field of entertainment law.
He represented many of the leading film studios, as well as numerous celebrities, and has lectured at both Stanford and Harvard Law Schools.
Fields was also a musician and an author of both fiction and non-fiction books.
He married three times. After graduating from law school, Fields married his college sweetheart, Amy Markson, with whom he had one son, James Elder Fields born in 1955.
In 1960, he married fashion model Lydia Minevitch daughter of musician Borah Minevitch whose divorce he had handled two years prior.
She died of lung cancer in 1986, after 27 years of marriage.
He met his third wife, art expert Barbara Guggenheim after she hired him to defend her when, in 1989, she was sued by Sylvester Stallone; they married in 1991
Bert Fields wife: Who is Barbara Guggenheim?
Barbara Guggenheim is the founder of the art consultancy firm Guggenheim, Asher Associates, Inc.
The company, with offices in New York and Los Angeles, has been in business for more than 25 years.
Guggenheim was raised in Woodbury, New Jersey, the daughter of a dress-shop owner.
She graduated with a Ph.D. in art history from Columbia University.
She is married to the entertainment attorney Bert Fields. They reside in New York and Los Angeles.