Anne Marie Seibel enjoys pulling together the moving parts in multi-forum or multi-plaintiff high-stakes litigation. In these cases, she partners with her clients to approach the challenges of litigation in efficient and creative ways. Currently, she is using these skills to help a major facilitator of online travel reservations respond to cases across the country. She also played a central role advising HealthSouth Corporation as it defended and prosecuted claims relating to a massive accounting fraud perpetrated against it by corporate officers. That litigation resulted in a $2.8 billion verdict against the company’s former CEO and a $100 million settlement with the company’s former investment bank. Anne Marie’s practice has taken her to trial in venues as diverse as Alabama state and federal courts, AAA arbitrations, and the Tribal Court of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians.

Within the firm, Anne Marie is a founder of the firm’s Women’s Initiative and currently serves as chair of the firm’s Associate Committee.

Nationally, Anne Marie serves in ABA Section of Litigation leadership as a member of the Professional Development committee.  She has formerly served as co-chair of the ABA Section of Litigation’s Regional Meeting Committee, the Section’s liaison to the ABA Commission on Women in the Profession, and co-chair of the Section of Litigation’s Woman Advocate Committee.

Notable Matters
  • National counsel team for a major facilitator of online travel reservations.
  • Trial counsel in arbitration regarding claims of breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty. Arbitration win resulted in resolution of parallel federal court proceedings.
  • Coordinating counsel in court and arbitration proceedings stemming from corporate fraud.
  • Trial counsel in contractual dispute between tribe and contractor.
  • Trial team for defense verdict in favor of pharmaceutical company in Vioxx litigation.
  • Litigation team for Intel Corporation, focusing on state competitive practices claims in multi-faceted litigation.