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Jason Raylesberg advises clients on a variety of privacy, data security and consumer protection issues arising from the use of personal information. In particular, he regularly counsels clients on their compliance obligations and risks relating to state, federal, and international laws, including the California Consumer Privacy Act, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, and General Data Protection Regulation. He also helps companies navigate their legal obligations in the aftermath of a security incident or data loss. Jason acted as an in-house advisor to a U.S. biotechnology research corporation during a secondment to the company's Privacy Office.

Jason is a graduate of the 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.

Jason serves as associate editor of Arnold & Porter's Enforcement Edge Blog.


FTC Publishes Final Data Breach Notification Amendment to Safeguards Rule
Out of Many, One: Unifying Approaches to Diverse State Privacy Laws
Arnold & Porter Webinar
Careers in Cybersecurity
Panelist, 2023 Summer Series, New York City Bar Association, New York, NY
Beyond HIPAA and the State Consumer Privacy Laws: Washington State’s New ‘My Health, My Data Act (pdf)
Employee Benefit Plan Review, Volume 77, Number 6
New York State Department of Financial Services Publishes Updated Version of Proposed Amendments to Cybersecurity Regulation



  • J.D., University of Michigan Law School
  • M.S., Fordham University
  • B.A., Columbia College of Columbia University


  • New York


  • Technology, Cyber and Privacy Law Committee, New York City Bar Association
  • Health Law Committee, New York City Bar Association
  • International Association of Privacy Professionals