Rachel G.Miller


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Rachel Miller advises clients on complex regulatory issues ranging from political and election laws to compliance with international trade and government contract laws.

Rachel counsels and represents candidates, political committees, corporations, trade associations, and nonprofits on a range of matters related to participation in the political process. This includes advising clients on federal and state campaign finance and election laws, lobbying laws, and advertising and promotions laws. She has experience providing guidance to clients on rules governing gift and ethics, personal financial disclosure reporting, and has assisted with internal investigations.

Rachel also advises clients regarding compliance with government regulations including through counseling clients in mergers, acquisitions, and other business transactions that raise government contract and international trade concerns that include filings with the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS).

Prior to joining Jones Day, Rachel served as a law clerk for Judge Chad A. Readler on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.


  • Baird Capital acquires UGSI Solutions, Inc.Jones Day represented Baird Capital in the acquisition and financing of UGSI Solutions and its subsidiaries, which provide water quality management solutions and chemical feed systems to municipal water and wastewater utility markets.
  • Riverside acquires CORE Higher Education GroupJones Day represented The Riverside Company in connection with the acquisition of CORE Higher Education Group, known for its leading solutions in student competency management, clinical education, and workforce readiness within the higher education industry.
  • Riverside invests in PeopleGroveJones Day advised The Riverside Company in the acquisition of PeopleGrove, the leading provider of career mentorship and alumni engagement software for higher education institutions.
  • U.S. financial services company investigates alleged employee misconductJones Day assisted a leading U.S. financial services company in connection with an internal investigation into allegations of employee misconduct relating to regulatory recordkeeping requirements.
  • Members of Congress file amicus brief in religious liberty caseJones Day filed an amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court, on behalf of several dozen members of Congress, in support of a football coach who was fired from his job as a public high school educator because he refused to stop engaging in a brief private prayer on the football field after games.
  • Morgan Stanley Capital Partners acquires Omega PackagingJones Day advised Morgan Stanley Capital Partners in the acquisition and financing by portfolio company Comar of Omega Packaging, a manufacturer of injection and blow molded products serving the pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, sports nutrition, and skin care markets.