Ann Marie Uetz is a partner and trial attorney with Foley & Lardner LLP, where she represents clients in a variety of industries in all aspects of their contracts and business disputes. She also represents debtors, creditors and secured and unsecured lenders in all facets of restructuring. Ms. Uetz focuses her practice on business litigation and bankruptcy, two of Foley’s practice areas recently ranked by U.S. News—Best Lawyers® as “national First-Tier” practices in recognition of excellence in client service.
Ann Marie heads Foley’s Coronavirus Task Force and is co-founder of the firm’s Coronavirus Resource Center. Ann Marie is also a member of the firm’s Automotive Industry Team and served as a founder and co-chair of its national Automotive Crisis Response Team, comprised of more than 50 attorneys across the firm in various disciplines, representing more than 100 automotive suppliers. Chambers USA recognized Foley’s Automotive Industry Team as a leading national practice for 2017, based on confidential in-depth interviews with clients and attorneys from across the country, scoring on technical legal ability, client service, diligence and other qualities most valued by clients.
Ann Marie focuses her practice on business litigation and bankruptcy, two of Foley’s practice areas recently ranked by U.S. News—Best Lawyers® as “national First-Tier” practices in recognition of excellence in client service. Ann Marie works with an extensive network of business leaders and professionals, and in2015 was included in Crain’s Most Connected list, highlighted as one of the 100 most connected businesspeople in metro Detroit.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Ann Marie Uetz
Ann Marie Uetzof Foley & Lardner is a co-founder of Foley’s Coronavirus resource center and leads the firm’s COVID-19 Task Force. Ms. Uetz is recognized as a National Law Review Go-To Thought Leader for her contributions related to COVID-19 specifically addressing concerns of the manufacturing sector. On a local level, Ms. Uetz covers state regulations and orders impacting business occupancy and other COVID mitigation strategies. Additionally, Ms. Uetz provides insight into the pandemic's impact unique to the auto industry and challenges with supply chain disruption, specifically accommodations made for distressed suppliers.