Wiley Uretz has been practicing law at Reetz, Fox and Bartlett LLP since January of 2016. His practice includes complex civil litigation with an emphasis on real estate, land use, business, probate and intellectual Property law.
His ability to coordinate the closings and necessary documents for multi-million dollar real estate transactions and his work in obtaining federal trademarks from the United States Patent and Trademark Office have been greatly appreciated by his clients.
Wiley first joined the firm as an intern in the summers of 2013 and 2014 while attend Whittier School of Law in Orange County, CA. He also clerked for Orange County Superior Court Judge Fredrick Aguirre, while in law school, giving him a helpful insight into navigating the court system. While waiting for the California bar results, Wiley managed a successful political campaign for new Santa Barbara City Council member.
When not at the office, Wiley enjoys playing horse polo, soccer and golf. He has been sponsored to play polo in several countries and states including: Canada, Argentina, and New York. Wiley was named the Intercollegiate Player of the Year while in college and achieved the polo equivalent of being named an All-American.
Wiley graduated from Westmont College in 2012. He then attended Whittier Law School, in Orange County, where he graduated Summa Cum Laude in 2015 and was named the Outstanding Student in Intellectual Property.
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Practice areas: Litigation (Civil Trials & Writs); Real Estate, Land Use and Zoning Law; Intellectual Property and Business Law, Employment Law