Meaghan K. Pedati

Associate

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  • Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law, JD, 2014
  • American University, BA, 2011
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  • District of Columbia

Meaghan helps her clients navigate international, federal and state privacy and cybersecurity laws so that they may successfully manage risk and accomplish their business goals. She is a member of the firm’s Data Privacy and Security industry team and serves as an editor of the Password Protected blog.

Meaghan regularly provides legal counsel with respect to the development of new and emerging biometric technologies. She also provides assistance with investigations involving network intrusions and counsels her clients on national and international data breach incident response plans. Meaghan helps her clients comply with specific data privacy and cybersecurity regulations including the New York DFS Cybersecurity Regulation, the GDPR, GLBA as well as general technical compliance with NIST.

Meaghan graduated law school with a Certificate in Law and Technology.  She clerked for a commissioner at the Federal Trade Commission and interned for the Federal Communications Commission.  As a member of the firm’s data and privacy industry team, she continues to utilize her experience at the FTC and FCC to counsel and advise clients on best practices.

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Meaghan Pedati
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T: +1 202 828 2813F: +1 202 828 33232001 K Street N.W.
Suite 400
Washington, DC 20006-1040
Speaker, "Protections and Challenges in the Digital Economy," DCN Legal and Legislative Day, June 13, 2017
Massive Cyberattack Developing Worldwide, Password Protected, June 27, 2017
AT&T Privacy Rule Goes Too Far Says NLRB, Password Protected, May 4, 2017
Virginia Amends Breach Notification Law, Password Protected, April 12, 2017
ALERT: Beware of W-2 Scam!, Password Protected, February 16, 2017
Obama’s National Cybersecurity Recommendations to Trump, Password Protected, December 21, 2016
Yahoo Déjà Vu – One Billion Yahoo Accounts Hacked, Password Protected, December 15, 2016
When Botnets Attack: How Hackers Shut Down the Internet, Password Protected, October 24, 2016