Bar Admissions
Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

State of New Jersey

Practice Areas
  • Insurance Coverage

  • Commercial Premises Liability

  • Construction Accidents

  • Property Construction Defense Claims

  • Errors and Omissions Defense

  • Commercial Litigation

  • Dram Shop Liability

  • Product Liability

  • Personal Injury and Property Damage Defense

Villanova University School of Law (J.D., 2005)
University of Pennsylvania (B.A., 2002)

Allan Scholler

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Phone Number : (215) 972-5463
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One Logan Square
130 N. 18th Street, 26th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19103

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ALLAN SCHOLLER is an associate in Chartwell’s Philadelphia office. He is a 2002 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania (B.A.) and a 2005 graduate of Villanova University School of Law (J.D.). While at the University of Pennsylvania, he served as a member of the Student Action Committee and was a four year recipient of the Cecilia Hand Nelson scholarship award for academic achievement. After completing law school, Mr. Scholler served as a law clerk for the Honorable David W. Heckler of the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas. Mr. Scholler is admitted to the New Jersey Bar and the Pennsylvania Bar.

Mr. Scholler’s practice focuses on Product Liability and Commercial Premises Liability where he has represented clients in matters from inception to conclusion via trials, arbitrations, mediations and other alternative dispute resolution programs. Recent representative matters include:

Obtaining entry of non-suit for a product seller as a result of Motions in Limine ruled upon by the trial judge after jury selection. Trial Judge ultimately ruled that product was not defective as a matter of law and to the extent the product was alleged to be defective, any such alleged defect was an open and obvious condition.

Successful mediation of a claim brought by an injured construction worker who could not return to work as a result of his severe injuries. Initial representation included general contractor, which required acceptance of tender by owner pursuant to contract. Defense and indemnification of general contractor and owner was persuaded against subcontractor that had further subcontracted with Plaintiff’s employer to perform the work that resulted in Plaintiff’s injury. The claim resolved through mediation without contribution from general contractor or owner. Defense costs for work performed post tender were also successfully recovered.

Successful tender by manufacturer of an allegedly defective component part of product to the product assembler. As a result of work on the claim on behalf of the component part manufacturer, the product assembler that accepted the tender then requested Mr. Scholler’s representation and agreed to waive any possible conflict issues.