Pa. High Court Won't Hear Developer's Arbitration Push

Law360, Philadelphia (January 03, 2014, 2:49 PM ET) -- The Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Thursday declined to hear an appeal of an appellate ruling that denied a developer the ability to push claims brought by a homeowners association over construction defects into arbitration.

In a one-page order, the high court said it would allow the Superior Court’s May 2013 decision to stand, keeping the claims brought by the Deer Creek Homeowners’ Association out of arbitration but allowing the Gambone Brothers Construction Co. to arbitrate claims brought by individual homeowners.

The Deer Creek Homeowners' Association initially...
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