The company responded by requesting to impose arbitration proceedings and to dismiss or stay the proceedings on the basis of the arbitration clause contained in its online terms and conditions.  Sandra L. Townes, District Judge, granted the application and dismissed the case in 2015 on the basis that the Claimant had agreed to be bound by these conditions.  Justice Glasser`s equally thorough opinion took a different path to try to avoid the problem of jury trial on the question of the adequacy of termination. There is no judge or jury in an arbitration proceeding and judicial review of an arbitral award is limited. However, an arbitrator may, on an individual basis, award the same compensation and facility as a court (including claims for omission and finding or statutory damages) and must comply with the terms of that agreement as a court. It is unclear whether the Nicosia saga itself is not yet over (there is still time for the plaintiff to apply for example certiorari – although the way the Court of Appeal ruled on the case does not make the expertise ideal for review by the Supreme Court). . . .