Davis Wright Tremaine has added a former in-house communications attorney to the Washington office. Christin McMeley has joined as partner in the firm’s privacy and security practice group. She will advise companies in industries like privacy compliance, information governance, data security, public policy, and regulatory matters.
Previously, McMeley was in-house counsel for Charter Communications and led the cable regulatory group and government affairs teams. She also served as the company’s chief privacy officer and implemented their first privacy and data security program.
Prior to joining Charter Communications in 2004, she was an associate at Davis Wright’s predecessor Washington firm, Cole, Raywid & Braverman, where she represented telecom, cable, and wireless entities in federal and state court litigation, and before the Federal Communications Commission.