Rachael Lyle represents corporate and individual clients in complex litigation. Rachael’s practice has most recently centered on holding wrongdoers accountable for their role in the American opioid crisis. Rachael also has experience litigating class actions, and advising clients in complex insurance disputes, including in mass tort bankruptcy proceedings. She maintains an active pro bono practice in the criminal law arena, which recently qualified her for the Capital Pro Bono High Honor Roll.
Prior to joining Gilbert LLP, Rachael worked as a Trial Attorney at the Office of the Public Defender in Montgomery, Alabama, where she represented indigent individuals facing incarceration on felony and misdemeanor charges at trial and in plea deals. Before her time as a public defender, Rachael worked as an Associate in the New York office of a historic law firm litigating violations of labor law on behalf of low-income restaurant workers, and advising clients in the creation, management, and dissolution of their public charities and private foundations.