Rachel M. Share assists her clients in a variety of complex commercial matters, including consumer protection claims, contract disputes, and product liability actions. In the course of her practice, Rachel has participated in pre-trial counseling, discovery and dispositive motion practice, and trial and post-trial proceedings. She also has worked on a variety of regulatory and internal investigations and corporate compliance matters.
Rachel is a contributor to the firm's SEC Law Perspectives Blog, which provides reports, discussions, and analyses on noteworthy trends in enforcement and regulatory activity of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and other agencies, such as the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC).
In law school, Rachel’s note, Killing for Art: The Council of Europe and the Need for a Ban on the Slaughter of Animals for Artistic Expression, was published in 2010 in Volume 42:2 of The George Washington International Law Review.
- Assisted in the defense of a major pharmaceutical manufacturer in a multi-week trial involving Medicaid fraud and consumer protection act claims.
- Served as counsel in arbitrations before JAMS and the ICC International Court of Arbitration.
- Represented a client in an internal investigation and Title IX policy review on behalf of the trustees of a major public university involving allegations of sexual misconduct by a professor.
- Conducted an internal investigation on behalf of a public corporation into allegations of Foreign Corrupt Practices Act violations.
- Represented an international technology company in an ethics investigation of one of the company’s executives following allegations of improper solicitation of gifts from vendors.
- Represented a pharmaceutical company in an investigation concerning potential insider trading by an executive.
- New Jersey
- George Washington University Law School, J.D., 2010, with honors
- Elizabethtown College, B.A., 2007, magna cum laude