Claims Arbitrators hear cases when the parties agree to arbitration.
Arbitrators hear most small claims cases in New York City.
In voluntary arbitration, the arbitrator's award is binding and final. Parties may not seek a trial
if they are dissatisfied with the arbitrator's award. To learn more about arbitration in Small Claims court, contact the Deputy Chief Clerk for Small Claims Matters, Frank Troppea
at (646) 386-5751 or send an email to email@example.com.
If you are an attorney and wish to learn more about the Small Claims Arbitrators Association, contact Joseph Gebbia, Executive Director of the Small Claims Arbitrators Association, at 646-386-3975, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.