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Bruce L. Phillips




July 5, 1945

Bar Admissions:


Court Admissions:

The United States District Court for the Eastern and Middle Districts of Pennsylvania

The United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit


Pennsylvania "Super Lawyer" in the categories of Construction Litigation and Construction/Surety Law - Philadelphia Magazine, "Pennsylvania Super Lawyers" (2007-2010)

The founding co-chair of the Pennsylvania Bar Association's Subcommittee on Arbitration and Mediation


The American, Pennsylvania and Philadelphia Bar Associations

The American Bar Association (ABA): Committee on Fidelity and Surety Law, Section of Insurance, Negligence and Compensation Law; Section of Public Contract Law; Section of Litigation; and Forum Committee on the Construction Industry.




  • Washington and Lee University School of Law - 1973
       Juris Doctor
       Cum Laude
       Associate Editor Washington and Lee Law Review
       Burks Scholar Teaching Fellow
       National Moot Court Team
  • Pennsylvania State University - 1970
       Bachelor of Science


Mr. Phillips is a vice-president of the firm. During the years 1973 - April 1975, he was associated with the law firm of Pepper, Hamilton & Scheetz in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


Mr. Phillips is an active construction litigation and trial attorney in the state and federal courts, and has also presented program lectures to legal and industry associations, including the Pennsylvania Bar Association, on the subject of the arbitration of construction claims and disputes, mediation, and the bonding of contractors. In addition, he serves as a judge pro tempore for the Commerce Program of the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.


Mr. Phillips is a Vietnam Veteran.





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