Rachel Guy is an associate in the Antitrust and Competition Practice Group in the firm's Washington, D.C. office.
Areas of Practice
Her practice focuses on representing and advising clients in complex antitrust litigation. Rachel has assisted global companies facing grand jury subpoenas and conducting internal investigations. She also represents healthcare industry clients in all stages of transactions and litigation.
Rachel's pro bono practice is dedicated to criminal justice matters, including helping incarcerated individuals vindicate their federal habeas rights.
As a student attorney in Georgetown's Civil Rights Clinic, Rachel filed an FTC complaint against major tech companies for violating their own terms of service, and represented D.C. residents and incarcerated individuals at the federal district and appellate levels. Also while in law school, Rachel was the Diversity & Development Editor of the Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law and published her Note in the Journal's 2021 Symposium Edition.
Prior to law school, Rachel served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Rwanda, where she taught English to secondary students and developed programming to advance women's economic opportunities.
- DOJ Announces Mergers & Acquisitions Safe Harbor PolicyConcurrences, 10.04.2023
- Law360, 05.18.2022
Antitrust Law Blog
- "Aggressive Procurement Collusion Enforcement Risk Remains High for 2024," February 12, 2024
- "The Wait is Over: DOJ and FTC Issue Final Merger Guidelines," December 20, 2023
- "DOJ Announces Mergers & Acquisitions Safe Harbor Policy," October 11, 2023
- "U.S. Healthcare Industry Remains Antitrust Enforcement Priority," October 3, 2022