Sarah is ranked by Legal 500 for her work in Intellectual Property: Trademarks, and in 2017, the Daily Journal named her among the Top Women Lawyers in California for her work in advertising, intellectual property, and privacy. She regularly shares insights on advertising, IP, privacy, cybersecurity, and more on her blog, Behind the Scenes.
In January 2017, Sarah was a featured panelist on "Incident Response Comes of Age: Not Your Father’s Data Breach Response Playbook" at California Lawyer's Cyber Boot Camp in Los Angeles, California.
In December 2016, Sarah spoke on a panel covering "The Role of Show Management in Protecting Exhibitor Intellectual Property" at the IAEE Expo! Expo! Annual Meeting & Exhibition 2016 in Anaheim, California.
In October 2016, Sarah moderated a panel on “Privacy & Security in the Wearable World” at the 2016 Privacy + Security Forum in Washington, DC.
In October 2016, Sarah presented on “No Man’s Land: Top 5 Privacy & Security Challenges for Unmanned Systems” at the first Dronemasters Meetup in the United States.
In June 2016, Sarah moderated a panel discussing called “Myths and Realities of Intellectual Property” at the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions’ Asian Attractions Expo in Shanghai, China.
Sarah coauthored an article on "Spokeo Inc. v. Robins" for the May/June edition of E-Commerce Law Reports.
On May 4, 2016, Sarah was part of a panel discussion called “Know Every Angle: Advertising, Social Media, Discount or Phantom Pricing, and International Distribution and Privacy” at the Personal Care Products Council's 2016 Legal & Regulatory Conference in Nashville, TN.
On November 10, 2015, Sarah was part of a panel discussion called "Protecting, Mitigating, and Recovering – The Incident Playbook for Responding to and Learning from Cyber Attacks" at the "Responding to Looming Cyber Threats – The New Reality" cybersecurity policy forum in Arent Fox's DC office.
In December 2014, Sarah hosted a webinar titled "Bah Humbug! Regulations and Legal Strategy for the Holiday Retailer," with the Footwear Retailers and Distributors of America.
In October 2014, Sarah presented a speech entitled “Dos and Don’ts of Big Data: Privacy Issues, Risks and Best Practices” hosted by the Silicon Valley Startup: Idea to IPO in San Francisco, CA.
In September 2014, Sarah conducted the panel discussion "Top 10 IP Pitfalls Faced by Start-Ups: Avoiding Costly Mistakes," hosted by the Silicon Valley Startup: Idea to IPO in San Francisco, CA.
In June 2014, Sarah moderated a panel called “IP in Attractions” at the IAAPA Asian Attractions Expo in Beijing, China.
In April 2014, Sarah presented a speech titled “We’re All Buzzing! Substantiation in the Tech Industry" during ANA's Advertising Law & Public Policy Conference in Washington, DC.
Sarah was part of a panel discussion on claim substantiation at the 2013 NAD Annual Law Conference; she also was a member of the Planning Committee for the conference.
In June 2012, Sarah presented a speech entitled “Safety and Intellectual Property” at the Safety Institute at the IAAPA Asian Attractions Expo in Hong Kong.
In May 2012, Sarah was part of a panel discussion on “Hot Topics in Advertising Law” at the Personal Care Products Council’s annual meeting in Charleston, South Carolina.
In January 2012, Sarah was part of a panel discussion regarding Cyber Risk and Data Breach in Los Angeles, CA and in May 2012 Sarah hosted a panel discussion on the cross-border transfer of data at Arent Fox’s Washington DC office.
In October 2010, she moderated a panel discussion titled “The Consumer Speaks: Updates on User Generated Content, Endorsements and Testimonials” at the 2010 Annual NAD Conference: “What’s New in Comparative Advertising, Claim Support and Self Regulation.”
Sarah also presented a speech titled “What Your Products Are Doing Online” at the Aftermarket eForum in Chicago in July 2008.
Sarah presented a speech titled “Distributor Liability: What You Need to Know” at the HDAW Trade Show in Las Vegas in January 2008.
Sarah also co-wrote an article summarizing the data protection laws in the United States, which was published in Data Protection in the European Union and other Selected Countries: A New Comparative Study in 2006.
Sarah co-wrote the article “New Security Standards Available to Merchants to Prevent ID Theft”, which was published in the February 2006 edition of the Journal of Payment Systems Law.
Sarah also presented a speech titled “eCommerce Legal Issues: What You Need to Know” at the 2006 Aftermarket eForum in Chicago in July.
Sarah presented a speech titled “Combating Counterfeit and Gray Market Goods” at the Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week (HDAW) Trade Show in Las Vegas in January 2006.
Sarah presented a speech at a HARDI Technology Session titled “e-Commerce Legal Issues” in October 2004.