For the second time, Crain’s New York Business has named Faith Gay among the 100 most "Notable Women in Law" in New York. Now in its third year, the Crain’s list honors trailblazing attorneys who juggle distinguished careers, family and philanthropic activities, while remaining committed to public service and pro bono causes.
Crain’s noted Gay’s role as national and lead trial counsel for a roster of high-profile Fortune 500 clients, praising her “success in complex civil litigation, corporate governance matters and white-collar investigations,” and pristine record; “no client under investigation while she represented them has been indicted.”
Gay was also recognized for her work in antitrust and securities litigation, financing disputes, consumer class actions and pro bono cases. In 2017, she co-founded the American Immigration Representation Project, which provides lawyers to immigrant detainees in response to new federal immigration and deportation policies.
More About Gay’s Practice
In a nationally recognized career spanning more than three decades, Faith Gay has been lead counsel in over 30 jury trials and has successfully navigated bet-the-company investigations for scores of high-profile clients. A former Deputy Chief of the Special Prosecutions Unit and the Civil Rights Division of the United States Attorney’s Office, she has deep experience on the offense and defense.
Learn more about Gay’s work and experience here.