Marshall Widick joined Sachs Waldman in 1998, became a shareholder in 2004 and serves on its Board of Directors. His practice is devoted to the representation of labor organizations, both public and private sector, in employment related issues. He practices before the Michigan Employment Relations Commission and National Labor Relations Board and in state and federal trial and appellate courts. He also provides legal assistance pro bono, especially for the American Civil Liberties Union Fund of Michigan, with an emphasis on constitutional law and civil rights litigation. In 2001, the ACLU presented him and others in the firm with the award of “Volunteer of the Year.“ In 2000, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan awarded him a certificate of appreciation for his pro bono work.
In addition, since 2001, Mr. Widick has served as an instructing Barrister in the American Inns of Court program at the University of Detroit Mercy Law School, a program in which law students learn from attorneys and judges about the practice of litigation and the ethical standards guiding our profession.
Mr. Widick is a graduate of the University of Michigan (AB 1992, with highest honors) and the George Washington University National Law Institute (JD 1995). He is a member of the State Bar of Michigan and is admitted to practice before the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit and the United States District Courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Michigan. Mr. Widick is listed in the publication "Best Lawyers in America."