Farber Pappalardo & Carbonari
Over 25 years
Partner, Farber, Pappalardo & Carbonari (and predecessor firms), 1982-present
Adjunct Professor of Law teaching Alternative Dispute Resolution, Pace University School of Law, 1995-present
Associate Attorney, Moses & Singer, 1978-81
Associate Attorney, Weil Gotshal & Manges, 1974-77.
Faculty for arbitrator training: AAA Large Complex Case Programs and Advanced Arbitrator Trainings 1994-1997; Faculty, AAA Commercial and Construction Arbitrator and Advanced Arbitrator Trainings in New York, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Boston, Louisville, Detroit, Washington, D.C., Hartford, Cincinnati, Chicago, Orlando, White Plains, Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo and Albany. AAA Commercial and Construction Train the Trainer courses, Boston 1997, Atlanta and Denver 1998, Chicago 1999, Phoenix 2000, Faculty, How To Conduct a Successful Mediation New Orleans 2001; AAA/USATF Doping Grievance Arbitrator Training, New York, 4/00; various other ADR trainings.
Admitted to the Bar; New York, 1974, U.S. District Court: Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, 1974. Licensed arbitrator for National Association of Securities Dealers. Advocate in Tokyo before Japan Commercial Arbitration Association, 1999.
Fellow, College of Commercial Arbitrators; American Bar Association; New York State Bar Association (Member ADR Committee) and lecturer on arbitration; Westchester County Bar Association.
New York University (BA-1970; JD-973); Root Tilden Fellow
Arbitration Law: Practical Points for Being Fair, Fast, Frugal & Final,
Citizenship: United States of America