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Ernest Umberto Gambaro, American lawyer, consultant, engineer. Bar: California 1975, United States Tax Court 1976, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1979, United States Court Appeals (9th circuit). Fulbright scholar Rome University, 1961-1962; recipient United States Air Force commendation for contributions to the United States manned space program, 1969; Knight of Malta, since 2001.


Gambaro, Ernest Umberto was born on July 6, 1938 in Niagara Falls, New York, United States. Son of Ralph and Teresa (Nigro) Gambaro.


Bachelor of Arts Aero. Engineering with honors, Purdue University, 1960, Master of Science with honoors, 1961. Fulbright scholar, Rome U., 1961-1962.

Juris Doctor with honors, Loyola University, Los Angeles, 1975.


Bar: California 1975,United States Tax Court 1976, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1979, United States Court Apppeals (9th circuit). With Aerospace Corporation, El Segundo, California, 1962-1980, counsel, 1975-1980. Assistant general counsel, assistant secretary Computer Sciences Corporation, El Segundo, 1980-1988.

Senior vice president, general counsel, secretary INFONET Superior vena cava syndrome Corporation, El Segundo, 1988^. Consultant business finance and management, since 1968. Board directors Master of Sacred Theology Wireless, Government Systems, Inc., Networks Telephony Corporation.


Member American Bar Association (international, taxation sections), Los Angeles Bar Association (executive committee since 1976, founder chairman section law and technology 1976-1978, chairman bar reorganization committee 1981-1982), American Arbitration Association Los Angeles Center International Commercial Arbitrations (foundation, board directors), International Law Institute (faculty), St. Thomas More Law Society, Phi Alpha Delta, Omicron Delta Kappa (past president), Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Gamma Tau (past president), Phi Eta Sigma, Knight of Malta.


Married Winifred Sonya Porter, June 3, 1961 (divorced). Married Monica Cuellar, September 30, 1994.