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Rachel Cannon is a member of Dentons' Litigation and Dispute Resolution and White Collar and Government Investigations practices. She focuses on trial work, investigations, complex civil litigation, and white-collar criminal defense. A seasoned trial lawyer, she has tried 19 jury trials and dozens of bench trials, and has briefed and argued numerous cases in the US Court of Appeals. She teaches Trial Advocacy at Northwestern Law School.
An experienced investigator, Rachel regularly conducts internal investigations for domestic and global publicly traded and privately held companies on topics ranging from accounting fraud to bribery to sexual misconduct. She represents executives and members of senior management during company or government investigations of alleged wrongdoing, and has secured multiple declinations for executives ensnared corruption probes.
Rachel works extensively in cryptocurrency matters, and advises entrepreneurs about regulatory issues surrounding cryptocurrencies, initial coin offerings, and blockchain technology.
Previously served as an Assistant US Attorney in Chicago, supervising the bankruptcy fraud program and in the Securities and Commodities Fraud Sections.
Woman’s board of directors- Art Institute of Chicago
Women’s board of directors - Joffrey Ballet
Board of directors - the Chicago Bar Foundation
Economic Club of Chicago
Adjunct Professor - Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law