Joseph P. Zammit

ADR Training
AAA Arbitrator Performance and Demeanor: Meeting Participant Expectations, 2018; CPR & NYIAC, Annual Year in Review, 2017; AAA Arbitrator Discretion - A Look at Some Best Practices, 2017; AAA Avoiding Ten Common Missteps Arbitrators Make, 2016; AAA Crossing the Line-New Developments in the Law of Arbitral Jurisdiction, 2015; AAA Conducting Research and Investigations, 2014; AAA Webinar, Using Experts Effectively in Commercial and Construction Arbitration, 2013; AAA Maximizing Efficiency & Economy in Arbitration: Challenges at the Preliminary Hearing, 2012; Juris Conferences LLC, Cross-Examination in International Arbitration, 2011; AAA Arbitrator Ethics & Disclosure, 2009; AAA Pro Se: Managing Cases Involving Self-Represented Parties, 2009; AAA Dealing With Delay Tactics in Arbitration, 2006; AAA Chairing an Arbitration Panel: Managing Procedures, Process & Dynamics, 2005; AAA Arbitration Awards: Safeguarding, Deciding & Writing Awards, 2004; AAA Arbitrator Update 2001; AAA Commercial Arbitrator II Training: Advanced Case Management Issues, 2001; AAA Commercial Arbitrator Training, 2000.

Professional Training
LL.M., New York University J.D., Harvard Law School, cum laude A.B., Fordham University, magna cum laude, in cursu honorum, Phi Beta Kappa

Professional Experience
Prior to becoming a full-time arbitrator, Mr. Zammit was a senior member of Litigation Department and Intellectual Property and Technology Department at the global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright, and was also a member of the firm's International Arbitration and ADR Practice Group. He has had more than 40 years of experience resolving commercial disputes. While in private practice, Mr. Zammit maintained a broad commercial and intellectual property litigation practice, with a concentration on technology and telecommunications related legal matters. He was lead counsel in many types of commercial and intellectual property disputes, including matters involving breach of contract, breach of warranty, licensing agreements, patent, copyright and trademark infringement, misappropriation of trade secrets, unfair competition, and state deceptive trade practices statutes. He also engaged in a transactional practice, including the negotiation and drafting of various types of commercial agreements and IP licenses. Mr. Zammit has repeatedly been named in Best Lawyers in America and New York Superlawyers. He is an Adjunct Professor of Law at St. John's University, where he has periodically taught courses on Computer Law and Drafting IP Licenses Agreements. Employment History: Current: Independent Neutral Arbitrator 2014-2017: Of Counsel, Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP 1979-2013: Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP (including predecessor firms) 1978-1979: Associate, Reavis & Mcrath (predecessor firm) 1974-1977: Assistant and Associate Professor of Law, St. John's University 1971-1974: Associate, Reavis & McGrath

ADR Experience
Mr. Zammit has been involved with arbitrations for more than three decades, as both an arbitrator and advocate. While in private practice, he sat as a neutral arbitrator in numerous cases, and represented clients in dozens more. He is a member of the Commercial Panel of the American Arbitration Association (specifically, for Large Complex Cases, Intellectual Property, Technology, and Patent matters), and a Distinguished Neutral on the General Commercial and Technology Panels of the CPR International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution. In addition, he is included on the Silicon Valley Arbitration and Mediation Center's List of the World's Leading Technology Neutrals, and is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (MCIArb). He is a member of the Arbitration Committee of the New York City Bar Association.

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