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What are the consequences of noncompliance with the arbitration-related venue rules that were introduced by a 2000 amendment to CPLR 7502(a)? This issue has become something of a cause c�l�bre in Nassau County, where the Supreme Court has been particularly aggressive in seeking to enforce the new rules. Dismissal of a case for improper venue, however, was rejected as a viable remedy by the Appellate Division in Travelers Indemnity Co. v. Nnamani, 286 A.D.2d 769, 730 N.Y.S.2d 522 (2d Dept. 2001). Undeterred, the Nassau County Supreme Court, on remand in Nnamani, held that it would impose monetary sanctions on petitioners who disregard the venue rules and deny a general trial preference when respondents fail to move for a change of venue. Travelers Indemnity Co. v. Nnamani, New York Law Journal, Jan. 22, 2002, p.25, col.3 (Sup.Ct. Nassau Co.) [hereinafter Nnamani Remand]. This month’s column reviews the issues.

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