Rachel Eisenhaure represents clients involved in commercial and business disputes. She concentrates her practice on mortgage foreclosures and enforcement actions, predatory lending litigation, insurance coverage matters, and employment law. Rachel is uniquely experienced in appeals, having served as an Assistant District Attorney in Massachusetts, and is relied upon by clients for her instinct for identifying the weaknesses in an appellate brief.
Rachel regularly represents a national lender in foreclosure and enforcement actions in Massachusetts. Her work has included appearing in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court and providing services to creditors in bankruptcy. She is also experienced in defending small businesses and their principals from improper collection efforts. Rachel has also advised clients on issues in Massachusetts real estate law that run the gamut from zoning appeals to mechanics liens to environmental statutes.
In her role as Assistant District Attorney, Rachel argued 12 cases before the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court and 34 before the Massachusetts Appeals Court. She has extensive experience in the areas of constitutional law, statutory construction, and retroactivity of law.
As an ADA, Rachel, working in conjunction with the Appellate Practice class at Boston College Law School, served as a mentor to students writing briefs and presenting arguments before the Massachusetts Appeals Court.
Recognition and Involvement
Recognition & Involvement
Outside the office, Rachel assists lawyers in public interest cases in preparation for arguments before the Massachusetts appellate courts. She also serves as co-troop leader for a Daisy Troop.
Bar and Court Admissions
U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts
U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit
Georgetown University Law Center, JD, 2005
Harvard University, AB, 2002
News & Insights
- Homeowners Coverage for Arsonist’s Innocent Coinsured: Clarification From the MA Supreme Judicial Court1.21.20 | Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith Alert
- Chapter 3 - "Commercial General Liability Policies"12.17 | Massachusetts Liability Insurance Manual (MCLE 3d ed. 2017)
- Bad Faith and the Restatement: How the Requirement of Knowledge or Reckless Disregard May Protect Insurers From the Most Hostile Jurisdictions10.26.17 | White and Williams Coverage College
- Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Rules Duty To Defend Does Not Include Duty To Prosecute Counterclaims6.22.17 | Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith Alert
- The Bad and the Ugly: Worst Bad Faith Decisions of 2015-20169.22.16 | White and Williams Coverage College
- Spoliation of Evidence, Chapter 3 of The Comprehensive Guide to Lost Profits and Other Commercial Damages, Fourth Edition16
Massachusetts Bar Association
- Represents national bank in mortgage foreclosures and enforcement actions in Massachusetts
- Massachusetts Appeals Court Reverses Judgment that Condominium Unit Easement Was Illegally Blocked
- Massachusetts Appeals Court Affirms Dismissal of Zoning Complaint
- White and Williams Secures Dismissal of Zoning Appeal
- Coverage Team Successfully Defends Insurer In Medical Product Class Action
- White and Williams Secures Affirmance of Judgment in Shareholder Dispute