Compulsory Arbitration Committee
What is the Compulsory Arbitration Committee?
Compulsory Arbitration is a committee of the State Civil Litigation Section. The committee studies and makes recommendations concerning the rules and the practical working of the compulsory arbitration system in the City of Philadelphia and takes such actions as may be appropriate.
How can I join the Committee?
Any member in good standing of the Bar Association, who is also a paid member of the State Civil Litigation Section may participate in the Compulsory Arbitration Committee. Meetings of the Committee are normally open, upon advance notification, to everyone who is interested in compulsory arbitration.
To read the committee's Code of Civility, click here.
Click here to read the answers to commonly asked questions on Compulsory Arbitration.
Ashley M. Webb
The Law Offices of Kenneth S O'Neill
1601 Cherry Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Milton S. Savage Jr.
1500 Market Street, Suite 1200 e
Philadelphia PA 19102
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- Arbitrators Govern Counsel Fees for Awards
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- Committee Code of Civility
- Commonly Asked Questions about Compulsory Arbitration
- New Evidence Rules for Compulsory Arbitration Appeals: New Rule 1311.1
- Position Paper for Self Propounding Standard Interrogatories