Kaelyne Wietelman focuses her practice on a broad range of regulatory and civil litigation matters, including consumer protection, privacy, and data security law matters, and has worked extensively in the health care and technology industries.
Kaelyne is highly engaged with the American Bar Association Antitrust Law Section. She currently serves as a Young Lawyer Representative for the Committee for the Presidential Transition Task Force and the Diversity.Advanced initiative. Kaelyne has volunteered on numerous pro bono matters ranging from immigration to a high-impact nationwide case preventing the government from reducing SNAP benefits for hundreds of thousands of people. Prior to Kelley Drye, Kaelyne worked at a global law firm and the Consumer Law Unit at the Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia.
Counseled companies on policy compliance with Red Flags requirements.
Counseled a major technology platform on the feasibility of data portability for antitrust policies.
Advised companies seeking recommendations on promotional pricing.
Served as defense counsel for a national pharmacy benefit manager in multiple putative class actions involving rebate pricing.
Represented an insurer in nationwide COVID-19 business interruption claims.
Counseled a leading global building materials supplier on antitrust compliance for termination of franchises.
Counseled a company on compliance with the Telephone Consumer Protection Act regarding the definition of Automatic Telephone Dialing System.
American Bar Association Antitrust Law Section, Presidential Task Force Report, young lawyer representative
American Bar Association Antitrust Law Section, Diversity.Advanced Committee, vice chair
Filipino American Lawyers Association of DC, vice president
National Filipino American Lawyers Association, at-large trustee