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. Mr. Raylesberg also helps companies navigate their legal obligations in the aftermath of a security incident or data loss.

Mr. Raylesberg 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.

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


IP Issues in Emerging Technologies: Artificial Intelligence, NFTs, Crypto Issues and more
IP Issues in Business Transactions 2023, Practising Law Institute (PLI)
New York Department of Financial Services Proposes Significant Changes to its Cybersecurity Regulation
NYDFS Imposes $4.5 Million Fine on EyeMed Vision Care LLC for Violations of New York’s Cybersecurity Regulation
Enforcement Edge: Shining Light on Government Enforcement
Connecticut Moves to Protect Consumer Privacy: What Does Its Data Privacy Act Require? (pdf)
Pratt's Privacy & Cybersecurity Law Report, Vol. 8, No. 8
FTC Files Complaint Against Data Broker Kochava Inc. for Sale of Sensitive Geolocation Data
Enforcement Edge: Shining Light on Government Enforcement


  • JD, University of Michigan Law School
  • MS, Fordham University
  • BA, Columbia College of Columbia University
  • New York

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