Form JD-CL-111 "General Case Management Order Complex Litigation Docket (Cld)" - Connecticut

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GENERAL CASE MANAGEMENT ORDER
STATE OF CONNECTICUT
COMPLEX LITIGATION DOCKET (CLD)
SUPERIOR COURT
JD-CL-111 Rev. 2-17
www.jud.ct.gov
P.B. §§ 23-13 to 23-15
Docket number
Judicial District of
Date
Plaintiff
Defendant
vs.
Unless otherwise ordered by the court, the following orders apply in all cases assigned to the Complex Litigation Docket:
5. A Request for Adjudication should be filed after the time for
1. Pursuant to Practice Book section 23-14, the
following procedures for the scheduling and
filing a response has passed (unless the matter needs
deciding of motions take the place of any
immediate action or the parties agree, in which case it may
conflicting provision of the Connecticut Practice
be filed before the time for filing a response has passed). A
Book, including, but not limited to, sections 11-13
Request for Adjudication (form JD-CL-77), is available on
through 11-17, 17-31 and 17-32. This case is
the judicial website, www.jud.ct.gov under "Forms." Except
assigned to the judge who issues this order for all
for self-represented parties and attorneys excluded from
purposes, including trial.
e-filing, Requests for Adjudication shall be e-filed and the
filer shall select "Request for Adjudication Complex
2. The top of all motions, pleadings, and any other
Litigation" when naming the form in e-filing. When a motion
documents shall include the docket number that
or objection needs to be reviewed quickly, any party may
appears above, including the prefix assigned (for
immediately file a Request for Adjudication and may
example "X___"), and shall say "Superior Court,
request an immediate conference or hearing.
Complex Litigation Docket at _________".
6. A Request for Adjudication form must be filed for any
3. All communications concerning a case assigned to
motion or objection to be decided by the court. The court
the Complex Litigation Docket shall be in the form
will not schedule or act on any motion, objection or request
of motions; they shall not be in the form of letters to
unless a Request for Adjudication is filed (except for
the judge. Communications concerning scheduling
motions filed during evidentiary proceedings).
may be made by letter to the court officer. Copies
of all motions and letters shall be sent to all
7. Motions and objections about discovery will not be
counsel and self-represented parties of record and
considered by the court (and may be summarily denied
the letters and motions shall certify that a copy was
without prejudice) unless an affidavit is filed with the
sent to all counsel and self-represented parties.
Request for Adjudication that states that counsel and self-
Such communications shall not contain information
represented parties have made good faith efforts to resolve
concerning the merits of an issue or the substance
the dispute. See sections 13-8(b) and 13-10(h) of the
of negotiations.
Practice Book.
4. The opposing party shall file a response to any
8. The party filing a Request for Adjudication shall contact the
motion or objection requiring decision or action by
court officer promptly in writing if a motion or objection is
the court within the time set forth in the Practice
resolved or no longer requires adjudication.
Book, unless counsel and self-represented parties
9. Oral argument on motions is at the discretion of the court,
indicate in the Request for Adjudication or in a
except as a matter of right under section 11-18(a) of the
written stipulation filed with the court an agreement
Practice Book.
extending the time within which such response
10. At the first status conference, the court may decide any
may be filed, or the court, upon motion, extends
pending motions or objections and may issue a scheduling
the time. Any motion for extension of time shall
order and a trial date.
state whether or not the opposing party objects to
11. The judge who issues this order may issue additional case
the extension of time or that the party's position
management orders, scheduling orders, and trial
cannot be determined.
management orders.
The court officer assigned to this case is:
Court Officer
Telephone number
Fax number
Address
E-mail
ADA NOTICE
The Judicial Branch of the State of Connecticut complies with the
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you need a reasonable
accommodation in accordance with the ADA, contact a court
clerk or an ADA contact person listed at www.jud.ct.gov/ADA.
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GENERAL CASE MANAGEMENT ORDER
STATE OF CONNECTICUT
COMPLEX LITIGATION DOCKET (CLD)
SUPERIOR COURT
JD-CL-111 Rev. 2-17
www.jud.ct.gov
P.B. §§ 23-13 to 23-15
Docket number
Judicial District of
Date
Plaintiff
Defendant
vs.
Unless otherwise ordered by the court, the following orders apply in all cases assigned to the Complex Litigation Docket:
5. A Request for Adjudication should be filed after the time for
1. Pursuant to Practice Book section 23-14, the
following procedures for the scheduling and
filing a response has passed (unless the matter needs
deciding of motions take the place of any
immediate action or the parties agree, in which case it may
conflicting provision of the Connecticut Practice
be filed before the time for filing a response has passed). A
Book, including, but not limited to, sections 11-13
Request for Adjudication (form JD-CL-77), is available on
through 11-17, 17-31 and 17-32. This case is
the judicial website, www.jud.ct.gov under "Forms." Except
assigned to the judge who issues this order for all
for self-represented parties and attorneys excluded from
purposes, including trial.
e-filing, Requests for Adjudication shall be e-filed and the
filer shall select "Request for Adjudication Complex
2. The top of all motions, pleadings, and any other
Litigation" when naming the form in e-filing. When a motion
documents shall include the docket number that
or objection needs to be reviewed quickly, any party may
appears above, including the prefix assigned (for
immediately file a Request for Adjudication and may
example "X___"), and shall say "Superior Court,
request an immediate conference or hearing.
Complex Litigation Docket at _________".
6. A Request for Adjudication form must be filed for any
3. All communications concerning a case assigned to
motion or objection to be decided by the court. The court
the Complex Litigation Docket shall be in the form
will not schedule or act on any motion, objection or request
of motions; they shall not be in the form of letters to
unless a Request for Adjudication is filed (except for
the judge. Communications concerning scheduling
motions filed during evidentiary proceedings).
may be made by letter to the court officer. Copies
of all motions and letters shall be sent to all
7. Motions and objections about discovery will not be
counsel and self-represented parties of record and
considered by the court (and may be summarily denied
the letters and motions shall certify that a copy was
without prejudice) unless an affidavit is filed with the
sent to all counsel and self-represented parties.
Request for Adjudication that states that counsel and self-
Such communications shall not contain information
represented parties have made good faith efforts to resolve
concerning the merits of an issue or the substance
the dispute. See sections 13-8(b) and 13-10(h) of the
of negotiations.
Practice Book.
4. The opposing party shall file a response to any
8. The party filing a Request for Adjudication shall contact the
motion or objection requiring decision or action by
court officer promptly in writing if a motion or objection is
the court within the time set forth in the Practice
resolved or no longer requires adjudication.
Book, unless counsel and self-represented parties
9. Oral argument on motions is at the discretion of the court,
indicate in the Request for Adjudication or in a
except as a matter of right under section 11-18(a) of the
written stipulation filed with the court an agreement
Practice Book.
extending the time within which such response
10. At the first status conference, the court may decide any
may be filed, or the court, upon motion, extends
pending motions or objections and may issue a scheduling
the time. Any motion for extension of time shall
order and a trial date.
state whether or not the opposing party objects to
11. The judge who issues this order may issue additional case
the extension of time or that the party's position
management orders, scheduling orders, and trial
cannot be determined.
management orders.
The court officer assigned to this case is:
Court Officer
Telephone number
Fax number
Address
E-mail
ADA NOTICE
The Judicial Branch of the State of Connecticut complies with the
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you need a reasonable
accommodation in accordance with the ADA, contact a court
clerk or an ADA contact person listed at www.jud.ct.gov/ADA.
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