Annamarie Daley focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation, federal regulatory, and intellectual property law matters. She has more than 30 years legal experience representing clients in the motor vehicle and power sports industry as well as in lawn and garden products, telecommunications, children’s toys, insurance, consumer electronics, filtration products, food and beverages, shoes, handcrafts and home items, agricultural products, paint, cleaners, accounting, optical, restaurant, and real estate.
Annamarie has represented clients in federal and state antitrust, consumer protection, deceptive trade practice, data privacy matters, and nationwide class action and intellectual property litigation. She has secured high-profile verdicts and summary judgments for clients in cases, including as lead counsel in a patent litigation involving electronic fuel-injection technology for two-stroke cycle snowmobile engines that earned her “Attorney of the Year” honors from the Minnesota Lawyer.
Annamarie also counsels and represents clients in dealer and distributor matters and regularly represents clients before arbitration panels, state regulatory agencies, and in state attorney general investigations. She has represented clients in health care and class action litigation and in federal and state regulatory matters, including Section 15 reports, recalls, remedial action plans, consent decrees, compliance monitoring, proposed rulemaking and voluntary standards, and information-education campaigns. She regularly represents clients’ legal interests before the Consumer Product Safety Commission and has worked on matters involving the Food and Drug Administration, U.S. Coast Guard, and National Highway Transportation Safety Administration.
Annamarie is active in civic and professional organizations, is a senior Fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America, and a member of the Trial Law Institute and the Diversity Law Institute.