Sarah Wilk works on a broad range of general corporate matters, including federal securities law compliance, corporate finance transactions, corporate governance, early stage corporate formation and mergers and acquisitions. Sarah counsels both public and private companies and advises companies and their boards on fiduciary duty matters, commercial contracts and a broad array of day-to-day corporate matters. Her securities-related experience includes ’34 Act reporting work and ’33 Act registration statements for capital-raising transactions. Sarah has represented public companies, as well as passive and activist investors, on issues such as beneficial ownership reporting, fiduciary duties, SEC disclosure and reporting, annual meeting and proxy-related matters and the rules and regulations of the US Securities and Exchange Commission.


Represented private company engaged in insurance technology business in asset sale to a strategic buyer

Advised public company selling stock of its subsidiary to a strategic buyer

Assisted private limited liability company in purchasing a seafood processing and distribution company

Represented private medical device company in reverse merger with a larger medical device manufacturer and distributor

Advised private marketing company with sale to strategic buyer

Counsel to American Railcar Industries, Inc., a railcar manufacturer, in various matters, including SEC reporting and a $625 million secured private offering of debt securities

Provide ongoing corporate and securities law compliance advice to Nasdaq-listed companies

Advised pharmaceutical company in sale of secured debt to investment management firm

Assisted private equipment leasing company with more than $500 million in secured financings.

Represented multiple emerging growth companies in early stage corporate matters and venture financing transactions.


Suffolk University Law School – J.D., summa cum laude, 2013
Suffolk University – B.A., summa cum laude, 2007

Bar Admissions

"Choosing a Home: When Should Children Make Autonomous Choices About Their Home Life?," 45 Suffolk Univ. L. Rev. 503 (2013).
Professional Affiliations
American Bar Association
Women's Bar Association