Sara MacWilliams recognized as a 2013 Up & Coming Lawyer and a Michigan Super Lawyer

, Posted on Jan 27

MacWilliams honored by Michigan Lawyers Weekly and Super Lawyers Magazine

FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich., January 27, 2014 Young & Associates, a Farmington Hills, Mich.–based law firm specializing in complex business litigation, announced that attorney Sara MacWilliams has been named a 2013 Up & Coming Lawyer and a Michigan Super Lawyer.

Bestowed by Michigan Lawyers Weekly, the Up & Coming Lawyers designation recognizes outstanding legal practitioners who are establishing a name for themselves in their first 10 years in practice.

The annual Super Lawyers list is rated based on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement, and includes only five percent of attorneys in each state.

MacWilliams focuses exclusively on complex commercial litigation, including issues such as health care, business, contracts, trade secrets and intellectual property, and business torts. She has secured judgments or settlements in access of $35 million over the last three years. She was named a SuperLawyers Rising Star for 2010 and 2011.

A graduate of Kalamazoo College, MacWilliams continued her education at the University of Michigan Law School, where she earned her Juris Doctorate.

MacWilliams resides in West Bloomfield, Mich.

To download a headshot of MacWilliams, please click the photo below.

Sara MacWilliams

A litigation boutique specializing in complex commercial disputes, Farmington Hills, Michigan-based Young & Associates, P.C. has earned a national reputation for superior representation.  With a virtually unbroken string of successful verdicts to the firm’s credit, Young & Associates emphasizes an efficient, lean and aggressive litigation style. The firm represents both local and national clients, and focuses on disputes involving shareholders/partners, contracts, antitrust, patents, trade secrets and manufacturer representatives. Young & Associates has offices in Farmington Hills, Michigan and New York City.


Mark Winter