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Dino Tsibouris

Mr. Tsibouris has extensive experience involving electronic commerce, online financial services, supply chain outsourcing and privacy law. His practice includes all aspects relating to the implementation of electronic signatures, privacy, electronic payment systems, online advertising and sales, technology outsourcing and information security.

Mr. Tsibouris previously served as Vice President and Counsel for eCommerce and Technology at Bank One Corporation. In this capacity, he was responsible for a variety of significant corporate, legal and regulatory matters in support of Bank One Web sites, including Bankone.com, Wingspanbank.com and FirstUSA.com. Prior to supporting Bank One's Internet businesses, he served as lead counsel to Bank One Credit Company's indirect auto lending division, home improvement lending operations and the Bank One Education Finance Group.

Mr. Tsibouris has also conducted CLE and trade association presentations on various e-banking, e-commerce and supply-chain outsourcing matters and has participated in regulatory and industry task forces addressing new legislation.

Representative Matters

Represented major auto manufacturer in moving OEM supply chain operations online
Negotiated exclusive multi-year marketing partnership agreement between America Online (AOL) and Bank One Corporation

Represented major financial institution in domain name management and dispute resolution

Represented financial institutions in implementation of the eSign Act and the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act

Conducted privacy audit for Fortune 100 company

Represented Fortune 500 companies in developing privacy policies

Negotiated exclusive multi-year marketing partnership agreement between Yahoo! and FirstUSA Bank, NA

Negotiated exclusive financial center marketing agreement between Excite@Home and Bankone.com

Negotiated exclusive marketing agreement between TerraLycos and Bank One Corporation
Developed comprehensive e-mail marketing compliance strategy

Advised numerous companies regarding Internet branding strategies and strategic alliances

Represented financial institutions and corporate clients regarding electronic payment systems

Represented major finance company in licensing matters


Capital University Law School; JD; 1994; cum laude; Moot Court, Law Review

Cedarville University; BA; 1990

Professional Associations

American Bar Association, Cyberspace Law Committee

Computer Law Association

Columbus Bar Association

Professional Activities

Ohio Electronic Records Committee

National Electronic Commerce Coordinating Committee (NECCC)


New York, New York; "Discovery of Electronic Evidence," NECCC Annual Conference; December 2002

Cincinnati, Ohio; "Purchasing Law Seminar - Purchasing on the Internet," Lorman Education Services; March 2002

Cleveland, Ohio; "Contracting with Technology Providers," Northeast Ohio IT Security Roundtable; February 2002

Cleveland, Ohio; "B2B Success Through the XSP Advantage - Negotiating Your Service Level: Security, Reliability, Performance & the Promise of a Bright Future," ITAA ASP Regional Meeting; July 2001

Columbus, Ohio; "Discovery on the Internet," Columbus Bar Association; September 2002


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