Martha J. Olijnyk focuses her efforts in the areas of business and commercial litigation, including complex litigation, complex contracts, automotive supplier counseling and litigation, non-competition agreements, and shareholder and partnership disputes. She also practices in the areas of class action litigation (plaintiff and defense) and bankruptcy (creditor and debtor). Since 2012, Ms. Olijnyk has led the firm’s Automotive Supplier Dispute Resolution and Litigation Practice area. Ms. Olijnyk has achieved excellent results at trial and arbitration, as well as in negotiating settlements. Her clients range from Fortune 500 companies to small local businesses and individuals.

Ms. Olijnyk’s work has been recognized by Michigan Lawyers Weekly and Crain’s Detroit Business. Michigan Lawyers Weekly named Ms. Olijnyk to its list of Women in the Law, Class of 2019 for her commitment to excellence in the practice of law. Crain’s Detroit Business named Ms. Olijnyk as one of its inaugural Notable Women Lawyers in Michigan for 2017. Michigan Super Lawyers magazine has also honored Ms. Olijnyk, naming her to its lists of Michigan’s Top 100 Lawyers, Top 50 Business Lawyers, top 50 Women Lawyers, and Top 25 Women Business Lawyers. In 2014, she became a Fellow with the Oakland County Bar Foundation.

Ms. Olijnyk is active in several professional and community organizations. She was President of the Rochester Bar Association and was the Dean for the Metropolitan Detroit Alumni Senate of Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity International. Ms. Olijnyk has been a Barrister member of The Oakland County Bar Association Americans Inns of Court. She also serves on the Paint Creek Trailways Commission and has volunteered as a mock trial judge for the Michigan Center for Civic Education.