Jason Raylesberg represents investment banks, debt funds and institutional lenders in the origination and restructuring of mortgage and mezzanine loans for the acquisition and refinancing of properties throughout the United States. He also advises private equity groups, REITs, institutional investors, and developers on acquisitions, financings and dispositions of lodging and hospitality properties, raw land, office buildings, and mixed-use projects located throughout the United States.

Additionally, Mr. Raylesberg advises clients on a variety of data privacy and security issues, including legal constraints on the uses of personal information and responding to breaches in data security.

Mr. Raylesberg graduated from University of Michigan Law School, where he was an editor of the Michigan Journal of Race and Law. Prior to law school, he was a Teach For America corps member and taught eleventh grade English in the New York City public schools.

Perspectives

Colorado Enacts Broad Data Privacy Law, Following Lead of California and Virginia
Advisory
Fines for HIPAA Security Rule Violations Found Unjustified by Fifth Circuit (pdf)
Privacy & Cybersecurity Law Report, Vol. 7, No. 4
Cybersecurity Considerations After NY Lender's Data Breach
Banking Law360, Compliance Law360, Consumer Protection Law360, Corporate Law360, Cybersecurity & Privacy Law360, New York Law360, Real Estate Law360
California Officials Adopt CCPA Regulation Amendments and Appoint Inaugural Members of Privacy Agency
Enforcement Edge: Shining Light on Government Enforcement
NYDFS Fines Residential Mortgage Services $1.5 Million for Failures to Comply with New York's Cybersecurity Regulation
Enforcement Edge: Shining Light on Government Enforcement
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Credentials

Education
  • JD, University of Michigan Law School, 2017
  • MS, Fordham University, 2014
  • BA, Columbia College of Columbia University, 2012
Admissions
  • New York
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