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Sarah Wixson Named to MLW’s Influential Women of Law, Class of 2023

August 7, 2023

Varnum partner Sarah Wixson was recently named to Michigan Lawyers Weekly’s “Influential Women of Law” Class of 2023. The program recognizes women attorneys and judges for their work with clients and the justice system, their commitment to community and their service to the profession.

Wixson’s unique legal practice includes serving clients with a variety of business, litigation, health care and real estate services. She works with physicians, physician groups, hospitals and health care entities on compliance and regulatory work, contracting, master service agreements, structuring and licensing.

As a litigator, Wixson represents businesses and individuals in a variety of matters. She has successfully prosecuted claims and defended corporate clients and individuals in connection with partnership agreements, contracts, business arrangements, shareholder disputes, real estate matters and complex commercial litigation. Her background in shareholder and other corporate disputes is a significant asset in negotiating and structuring various entities as well as advising on pre-litigation matters.

Wixson is a recent graduate of Leadership Detroit, Class XLIII, a transformational leadership course designed to challenge emerging and existing community leaders from Southeast Michigan. Within Varnum, Wixson serves as a member of the Associate Recruiting and Retention Committees and as one of four partners whose role specifically involves leading and developing associates’ growth, business generation acumen and client relationship skills.

Wixson and other members of the Class of 2023 Influential Women of Law will be recognized at an awards luncheon on Sept. 22 in Troy. More about the recognition and event can be found here.

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