Rachel Yeates

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Rachel's practice focuses on complex commercial litigation and regulatory and enforcement defense. She has experience in developing strategy, trying cases, and handling appeals, and she approaches each case with a keen eye for detail and a commitment to innovation. Prior to joining Moye White, Rachel’s practice focused on civil and administrative litigation.

Rachel is passionate about engaging young professionals in Denver’s vibrant arts scene; she is a member of the Colorado Symphony’s Crescendo Society for Young Professionals, a member of Inside OC, Opera Colorado’s Young Professionals Club, and an alumna of the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts Leadership Arts Program. She is also a member of the Minoru Yasui Inn of Court, where she served on the program committee.

Outside the office, Rachel enjoys traveling, reading military history, and attending the Colorado Shakespeare Festival.

Publications and Articles

"The Umbrella Is Bigger Than You Think: Client-Retained Contractors Can Be Covered by the Attorney-Client Privilege"
CBA Business Law Section Newsletter, November 2020

"What is an ICO and How is it Regulated"
Colorado Bar Association, March 2018

"Drafting Clear Exculpatory Agreements: Lessons Learned From an Agreement Gone Wrong"
Colorado Bar Association, June 2017