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Rebecca L. Zeidel


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Rebecca’s practice involves a range of litigation matters, including securities litigation, insurance disputes, complex civil litigation, government investigations, and white collar criminal defense.

In 2016, Rebecca served as a Special Assistant District Attorney in Middlesex County. In that role, she prosecuted numerous drug, larceny, breaking and entering, and motor vehicle cases; argued motions to suppress and motions to dismiss; and tried eleven cases to verdict, including six jury trials.

Rebecca serves as director of Mintz's Domestic Violence Project, the firm's signature pro bono initiative. Among her pro bono work at the firm, Rebecca has assisted in preparing amicus briefs submitted to the U.S. Supreme Court, including in a recent First Amendment speech case, McCullen v. Coakley. She has also represented victims of domestic violence in G. L. c. 209A restraining order proceedings under the firm’s Domestic Violence Project, including assisting the family of a victim in a high profile domestic abuse case.

Before joining the firm, Rebecca practiced as an associate in the Boston office of an international law firm.

During law school, Rebecca was a Note Editor for the Boston College Law Review and a member of the Religious Freedom Moot Court Team. She was also a student attorney in the Boston College Legal Assistance Bureau’s Civil Litigation Clinic, where she represented clients in housing, family law, and public benefits disputes.


  • Boston College (JD)
  • Harvard College (BA, History, magna cum laude)

Recognition & Awards

  • Included on the Massachusetts Super Lawyers List: Securities Litigation (2018-2020)


- French

- Hebrew


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Health Care Enforcement Year in Review & 2021 Outlook

February 18, 2021 | | By Eoin Beirne, Brian Dunphy, Karen Lovitch, Kevin McGinty, Samantha Kingsbury, Keshav Ahuja, Grady Campion, Jane Haviland, Caitie Hill, Rebecca Zeidel

Despite the threat of COVID-19 paralyzing much of the country in 2020, government health care fraud enforcement continued even though the Department of Justice (DOJ) had the added burden of pursuing COVID-19 related fraud. Mintz’s Health Care Enforcement Defense team has reviewed the key policy issues, statistics, settlements, and court decisions from 2020, and in this report we reflect on those developments and also predict the trends in health care enforcement in 2021 and beyond.
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The U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decision in Kokesh v. SEC imposes a five-year statute of limitations on agency-sought disgorgement in SEC enforcement actions, resolving a Circuit split and definitively categorizing disgorgement as a statutory “penalty” under 28 U.S.C. § 2462.
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News & Press

This column discusses a recent securities class action decision – the first-ever concerning climate change-related allegations. The column is authored by Members and Co-Chairs of the Securities Litigation Practice Adam Sisitsky and Jack Sylvia and Attorney Rebecca Zeidel.