Allyn Rosenberger is an Associate in the Powers Pyles Sutter & Verville healthcare practice group.

Allyn provides regulatory and compliance counsel to a wide variety of healthcare organizations, including physicians and physician groups, professional societies, hospitals and health systems, pharmacies, and telehealth providers.

Allyn primarily focuses on regulatory matters involving health information privacy and security issues.  Her substantive areas of expertise include HIPAA, state comprehensive privacy laws, novel state health privacy laws, and the Health Breach Notification Rule.  Another major component of Allyn’s practice is the development of the legal structure, agreements, and privacy policies for national clinical data and public health registries sponsored by medical societies and other nonprofit organizations.  Allyn advises these registries on corporate governance, contractual, privacy, and other health policy issues associated with the development and operation of a registry.

In the broader healthcare compliance arena, Allyn also has experience with Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement issues, the 340B program, and advocacy on behalf of inpatient rehabilitation facilities.

Before joining the firm, Allyn clerked on the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.  She previously served as a healthcare associate at a large international law firm, where she focused on regulatory matters related to health data privacy, digital health, and healthcare technology.

Allyn is a graduate of Stanford Law School, where she served as President of the Biolaw and Health Policy Society, Co-President of the Class of 2020, and Co-Founder of the Health Equity Pro Bono Project.  She received her Master of Public Health degree from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health as a member of the prestigious Hopkins Sommer Scholars Program. Allyn holds a Bachelor of Science degree in health care management and policy from Georgetown University, where she graduated summa cum laude.

Allyn joined Powers in October 2022.


“Impact of State Privacy Laws on Healthcare Data Privacy,” Powers Law Firm (February 2024).

“How to Participate in AAD’s DataDerm™ Clinical Data Registry,” Dermatology World (co-authored with Ben Tesdahl, JD and Rob Portman, JD, MPP) (September 2023).

“Does the No Surprises Act Affect Dermatologists?” Dermatology World (co-authored with Rob Portman, JD, MPP) (May 2023).

Practice Areas


J.D., Stanford Law School, 2020

MPH, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, 2019

B.S., summa cum laude, Georgetown University, 2017

Bar Memberships

District of Columbia, 2020

Honors & Awards

Hilmer Oehlmann, Jr. Award for Outstanding Performance in Federal Litigation in a Global Context, Stanford Law School

High Pro Bono Distinction, Stanford Law School

Sommer Scholar, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health