Forbes contributor, Jill Griffin recently interviewed Rachel for a career feature. In that interview, she asked her about when she wanted to be an attorney, how she is different from other attorneys, the types of clients Rachel has, and more. The main takeaway that Rachel wants you to have is to get your business and
A highlight on our Head Honcho. Rachel is the managing partner at Eden, who works around the clock and uses her experience in business planning, contract disputes, and intellectual property protection/litigation to help you with whatever you need. Rachel’s determination is doing the best possible for each client is the epitome of what Eden Law
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, small businesses have been greatly impacted. This especially includes wedding vendors such as florists, caterers, cake designers and photographers. Forbes reached out to Managing Partner, Rachel Brenke, for legal advisement to vendors facing cancellations of weddings and the associated legal contracts. This quote isn’t the full analysis or discussion but
Managing Partner, Rachel Brenke, recently wrote and published a piece of intellectual property advisement for lawyers setting up a new firm. This article was published in the Virginia Lawyer’s Weekly Magazine – December edition. You can read the digital version here.
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Recently, Brenke took on corporate giant, Airbnb, and obtained a very favorable settlement in a large copyright infringement dispute on behalf of international photographer Jiayi Wang. Not only is this a win for Wang, but this is a win against corporations who believe they can wield their strength of deep pockets against the small business