Magdalena represents clients on a wide variety of data security, privacy, and corporate matters. She holds a CIPP/US certification, a globally recognized information privacy credential awarded by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). Magdalena brings extensive litigation and transactional experience to her practice. READ MORE
Magdalena’s expertise in data security law allows her to counsel clients on complex privacy law issues and information governance compliance, including data protection risks, transfers of data, and technology agreements. Her knowledge of the ever-changing distinctions in privacy and data protection laws in the U.S. and around the world helps her provide clients with practical solutions that meet their needs.
Magdalena’s privacy practice is firmly anchored in corporate law, enabling her to guide clients regarding their obligations under IT service agreements, data processing agreements, vendor contracts, and international business cooperation agreements. Magdalena has also advised clients regarding assumption and assignment obligations, non-disclosure agreements, and other creditors' rights matters tied to bankruptcy court litigation proceedings.
Rimon P.C., Counsel (2016 -2023)
Summac Law PLLC, Principal Attorney (2013-2016)
Lane Powell PC
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, Extern (2008)
University of Washington Appellate Advocacy Competitions, Volunteer Judge (2013-2020)
Washington State Bar Association Call to Duty, Volunteer Attorney (2014-2020)
Washington Veterans Will Clinic, Volunteer Attorney (2014-2020)
International Association of Privacy Professionals, Certified Information Privacy Professional/United States (CIPP/US)
CALI Award: Highest Grade in Business Entities
CALI Award: Highest Grade in Civil Procedure
CALI Award: Highest Grade in Contracts
CALI Award: Highest Grade in Legal Writing I
CALI Award: Highest Grade in Legal Writing II
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