We successfully secured dismissal of a New York no-fault/PIP arbitration commenced by a medical provider against a major insurance carrier for non-payment of medical bills. At the hearing, the carrier argued that the provider was ineligible for reimbursement of the disputed charges because it was not licensed in New York State with the Department of Education and the Department of State when the services at issue were rendered. Under the New York no-fault/PIP regulations, a provider of health care services is not eligible for reimbursement under the insurance law if it fails to meet any applicable state or local licensing requirements. In support of the threshold defense, we submitted copies of printouts from these Departments as conclusive evidence that the provider was not properly licensed in New York State when the services were rendered and was therefore ineligible for New York no-fault reimbursement.