Jefferson Lin is an associate in the firm’s Healthcare and Business practice groups. His healthcare practice focuses on hospital and physician contracting, privacy and security compliance, health information technology, and fraud and abuse.
Jefferson received a B.A. in Political Economy in 2008 from Williams College. He received his law degree from the University of Washington School of Law, where he served as Executive Articles Editor of the Pacific Rim Law & Policy Journal and the General Director of the Student Health Law Organization. During law school, Jefferson externed for the Honorable Deborah Batts in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. He also interned as a summer law clerk at the National Center for Youth Law in Oakland, focusing on adolescent health law issues. Prior to law school, Jefferson worked with high school students, parents, and teachers as a health educator and community advocate in the Bronx.
Jefferson is a member of the Washington State Society of Healthcare Attorneys, American Health Lawyers Association, Asian Bar Association of Washington, Washington State Bar Association and King County Bar Association. He is proficient in spoken Mandarin.
- Washington State Bar Association
- King County Bar Association
- American Health Lawyers Association
- Asian Bar Association of Washington
- J.D., University of Washington School of Law, 2013
- B.A., Williams College, Political Economy, 2008
Professional and Community Activities
- Washington Medical-Legal Partnership - Lawyer Referral Committee Member
- Washington State Society of Healthcare Attorneys
- Washington House Bill Seeks to Prohibit Physician Noncompete Agreements
- Meaningful Use Hardship Exception Deadline Extended to November 30, 2014
- Violation of Privacy Rule Leads to $800,000 HIPAA Settlement
- $4.8 Million HIPAA Settlement – Patient Data on the Web
- FDA Releases Report on Health IT Oversight
- PROTECT Act Seeks to Exclude Health IT Software from FDA Oversight
- Skagit County Agrees to Pay $215,000 for HIPAA Violations
- Increased OIG Focus on Kwashiorkor Claims
- High Number of HIPAA Mobile Device Breaches – Time to Use Safe Harbor Encryption
- Proposed HIPAA Rule to Enhance Criminal Background Check System
- Joint Commission Standards for Boarding and Leadership Collaboration with Behavioral Health Community
- FDA Releases Guidance For Medical Mobile Apps