Rachel’s practice focuses on representing companies and individuals at the trial and appellate levels in a broad array of complex civil litigation in federal and state courts, with a particular focus on securities litigation. Rachel has handled cases arising under the 1933 Act, the 1934 Act, and the Investment Company Act, as well as derivative actions brought under state law, disputes involving financial restructurings (including litigation in the bankruptcy courts), contract law, business torts, and real estate.
Rachel additionally represents individuals and companies involved in regulatory investigations, and has substantial experience conducting the kind of internal investigations frequently associated with government scrutiny. Rachel’s clients come from a wide range of industries, including financial services, real estate, and entertainment.
Following law school, Rachel joined the global law firm Milbank LLP, where she practiced until 2018. Upon leaving Milbank, Rachel co-founded, with Daniel Walfish, a boutique litigation and regulatory practice, which they subsequently brought to Katsky Korins LLP.