We often review Delaware cases that address issues of arbitrability. For comparison purposes we bring you two recent decisions of the Pennsylvania Superior Court (the intermediate appellate court in the Keystone State), that addressed the issue of arbitrability in two companion cases involving the issue of whether breach of fiduciary duty claims against a trustee of a non-profit corporation were subject to the arbitration clause in a construction agreement involving the trustee’s company and the non-profit. The trustee owned a construction company which did work for the non-profit. See, Elwyn v. James DeLuca, and Elwyn v. J.J. DeLuca Co., Inc. (We represent Elwyn in these two cases.)