Rachel Eisen

Rachel Eisen

Northern Virginia

Email rachel.eisen@​hoganlovells.com

Phone +1 703 610 6136

Fax +1 703 610 6200

Practice groupIntellectual Property, Media, and Technology

Rachel Eisen brings valuable solutions to clients as they navigate complex and cross-border transactions. Her practice focuses on intellectual property-related components of corporate matters including mergers and acquisitions, licensing, and bringing innovative products and services to both established and emerging markets.

After spending a year in rural Australia as an exchange student, Rachel decided to pursue a career focused on global business. Upon returning to the United States, Rachel attended the University of Illinois where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Management and Marketing with a minor in Global Studies, focusing on international business and globalization. While earning her J.D. at the George Washington University Law School, Rachel honed her legal research and writing skills as a member of the George Washington International Law Review.

Rachel also makes it a priority to use her skills to the benefit of her community, which she does through pro bono work and volunteering. Rachel is particularly interested in assisting small businesses and social enterprises in meeting the needs of underserved markets. Rachel is a member of the Rotary Club of Tysons Corner and enjoys volunteering locally with her fellow Rotarians.

Education and admissions


J.D., The George Washington University Law School, 2017

B.S., University of Illinois, 2013

Bar admissions and qualifications


Representative experience

Advising 21st Century Fox in its US$910m acquisition of seven broadcast television stations from Sinclair Broadcast Group and Tribune Media Company.

Advising pSivida on its acquisition of Icon Bioscience and rebranding as EyePoint Pharmaceuticals.

Advising Marvell Technology Group on its US$6bn acquisition of Cavium.

Advised DLH Holdings, a health care services contractor, on its US$70m acquisition of Social & Scientific Systems, a public health research organization.

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