Daniel Masur

Dan Masur is the Partner-in-Charge of Mayer Brown’s Washington, D.C. office and a leader of its Technology Transactions practice.

For more than 20 years, Dan has represented national and international clients in a broad range of on-shore, near-shore, and offshore information technology and business process sourcing transactions involving global and niche outsourcing providers, offshore captives and various hybrid structures. In addition, in recent years, Dan has represented clients in cutting-edge arrangements with digital service providers involving cloud, “big data,” “as-a-service,” “internet of things,” robotic process automation, artificial intelligence and blockchain.  Dan also deals on a regular basis with data privacy, data protection and cybersecurity issues.

Dan has represented established and emerging companies in many different industries, including banking, aerospace, defense contracting, electronic commerce, financial services, pharmaceuticals, insurance, health care, life sciences, chemicals, consumer products, manufacturing, oil/gas, real estate, forestry products, telecommunications, information technology, and utilities/electrical power.

Dan is recognized as one of the leading lawyers in the highly specialized outsourcing field by Chambers Global (“1” ranking in Outsourcing), Chambers USA (“1” ranking in “Nationwide: Outsourcing” and “DC: Technology & IT Outsourcing”), Legal 500 (recognized in “Technology Outsourcing”) and Best Lawyers in America (recognized in Information Technology Outsourcing).

Dan joined Mayer Brown in 1997. From 1994 to 1997, he served as Vice President and General Counsel of I-NET, Inc., a rapidly growing provider of information technology, telecommunications and outsourcing services. Prior to I-NET, Dan was a partner in another Washington DC firm.

Dan is a frequent speaker and presenter at industry and legal conferences on sourcing and technology subjects.

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Compliance Considerations when Obtaining Data from a Third Party Companies often claim that data is one of their most precious assets, but they rarely treat it as such. Mayer Brown Partner Dan Masur discusses The Big Data Paradox, and in this article, outlines a number of issues inherent in ensuring regulatory compliance when obtaining data from an outside source. with co-authors Brad...

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