Mr. Margiotti is an experienced Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) practitioner and a private and court qualified arbitrator and mediator. Mr. Margiotti has achieved Fellowship status with the premier arbitral institution, the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb), and is an Accredited Mediator by the prestigious Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR).
He is a recognized leader in ADR and has consulted internationally regarding: International Commercial Arbitration Laws, Court-Connected Alternative Dispute Resolution Programs, and Online Dispute Resolution. He is a frequent speaker and legal education/ADR instructor both internationally and domestically. He has published several articles on ADR and attended the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) Group III, Online Dispute Resolution, in Vienna 2015. He is a committed student of ADR and has extensive ADR training including over 200 hours in both mediation and arbitration. When mediating he can draw upon various styles and techniques to overcome impasse. Mr. Margiotti is an Adjunct Professor at Philadelphia University and has taught ADR and Commercial Law at Comenius University in Slovakia.
An attorney for over 28 years with diverse background and experience representing business owners, management, employees and private individuals as a transactional attorney and in litigation, mediation and arbitration in a variety of areas including commercial, contracts, construction, employment/workplace, Real Estate, personal injury and premises liability. Many of the matters he has handled are in the areas of Travel, Tourism, and Hospitality.
Mr. Margiotti is admitted to practice law in New York, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey and has also been admitted into U.S. Federal Court for both the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He received his Juris Doctorate from The Delaware Law School of Widener University and bachelor’s degree from Villanova University. Additionally, is versed the law of the European Union and is in the process of qualifying as an English Solicitor having successfully passed the theoretical elements (MCT).