Joe Zammit is an independent, neutral arbitrator, specializing in complex commercial, intellectual property, and technology disputes. He is committed to acting impartially as an arbitrator, unimpeded by ties to any law firm or client. He combines a detailed understanding of the arbitral process and extensive experience in resolving commercial disputes, often involving technology and/or intellectual property issues. Parties can rely on Mr. Zammit for a fair, unbiased, and knowledgeable determination of their disputes.
While in private law practice, Mr. Zammit concentrated on litigating, both in court and in arbitration, cases involving a broad spectrum of commercial disputes, including claims of patent, copyright, and trademark infringement; misappropriation of trade secrets; unfair competition; breach of licensing and distribution agreements; and controversies arising out of the performance and distribution of computers, software, telecommunications facilities, and other technology products and services. In addition, Mr. Zammit maintained a transactional practice, negotiating and drafting all types of technology-related agreements, including licenses, distribution agreements, consulting contracts, outsourcing agreements, website terms and conditions, and privacy policies.
Mr. Zammit has been an adjunct full professor of law at St. John's University, where he has taught courses on Computers and the Law and Drafting Intellectual Property Licenses.
Mr. Zammit is well-versed in arbitration, having served as sole arbitrator, panel chair, or member of a tripartite arbitral tribunal in numerous matters. Moreover, while in private practice, he acted as an advocate in numerous arbitrations in various arbitral forums, including the American Arbitration Association, the International Chamber of Commerce, the International Centre for Dispute Resolution, the New York Stock Exchange, and the National Association of Securities Dealers.
Based in the New York metropolitan area, Mr. Zammit is available to serve on matters nationally and internationally.
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