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Rebecca Yergin is an associate in the Washington, DC office and a member of the firm’s Communications and Media and Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Practice Groups.

Ms. Yergin’s practice focuses on a broad range of privacy, data security, technology, and communications issues. In particular, Ms. Yergin counsels technology companies on federal and state privacy and data security laws and regulations, including in the healthcare and education spaces. She also assists media clients in negotiating commercial transactions relating to content distribution and life science clients in technology transactions. She additionally advises clients on Federal Communications Commission compliance issues, including with respect to the spectrum repack, programming requirements, and regulatory authorizations. Ms. Yergin's practice furthermore focuses on the regulatory ecosystem for the Internet of Things (“IoT”), including connected and automated vehicles and digital health technologies.

Pro Bono

  • Advising non-profit organizations in commercial transactions and on privacy-related compliance issues, including in the healthcare and education spaces.
  • Represented individuals in Bivens action against ICE Agents for violation of 4th Amendment.
  • Pro bono attorney volunteer with the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Southeast Immigrant Freedom Initiative in Ocilla, GA.
  • Represented the legal guardian of a student with disabilities in her dispute with D.C. Public Schools regarding the student's placement in a private institution.

Previous Experience

  • Teach For America, Corps Member (2009-2011)