Rachel represents companies in commercial arbitrations, in the US and internationally, and in investment treaty disputes (under the auspices of ICSID and the UNCITRAL Rules). She has extensive knowledge of the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA) and the leading US domestic arbitration rules (AAA, JAMS, CPR) and she advises on mass arbitration issues, including strategies to mitigate mass arbitration risk and defense of companies facing mass arbitrations. Rachel also represents clients around the world in arbitrations under the rules of the major arbitral institutions – including the ICC, ICDR, LCIA, SCIA, HKIAC. Her practice includes arbitration-related litigation in US courts, including actions to compel or stay arbitration proceedings, as well as actions to vacate, confirm or enforce arbitration awards under the FAA and New York Convention. In addition, she regularly counsels clients on dispute resolution in transactional matters. Her experience spans many industries, including life sciences, technology, post-M&A disputes, disputes involving joint ventures and long-term cooperation agreements, energy and infrastructure.