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Steve Tupper to Lead Panel Discussion on Worldwide Data Privacy at Crain’s General and In-House Counsel Summit

May 13th Session—Held in Downtown Detroit—to Attract Leading Lawyers from Area’s Largest Companies

May 1, 2014

Stephen L. Tupper, Bloomfield Hills-based member and leader of Dykema’s Privacy, Data Security and E-Commerce practice, will moderate a panel discussion—“When Data Protection Meets Globalization”—at the General and In-House Counsel Summit, presented by Crain’s Detroit Business. This half-day event, expected to attract the top legal executives in Southeast Michigan, will take place on May 13, 2014 at the Westin Book Cadillac.

Tupper, whose practice focuses on electronic commerce and technology development, is a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) and is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US).

Among the issues to be explored by Tupper and his high-level panel—which includes the chief privacy officer of General Motors, a principal with Deloitte, and the general counsel of Stefanini, Inc. (a leading global information technology company):

  • how personal data and information is segmented and protected
  • how data privacy rules differ between U.S. and other worldwide jurisdictions
  • how companies can remain in compliance in all countries in which they operate

To learn more about this event, or to register, click here.