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Stipulation And Order To Appropriate Dispute Resolution {ADR-CV-1}

This is a California form that can be used for ADR within Local County, San Mateo.

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SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN MATEO MULTI OPTION ADR PROJECT HALL OF JUSTICE AND RECORDS 400 COUNTY CENTER REDWOOD CITY, CALIFORNIA 94063 ADR Stipulation and Evaluation Instructions In accordance with Local Rule 2.3(i)(3), all parties going to ADR must complete a Stipulation and Order to ADR and file it with the Clerk of the Superior Court. The Office of the Clerk is located at: Clerk of the Superior Court, Civil Division Attention: Case Management Conference Clerk Superior Court of California, County of San Mateo 400 County Center Redwood City, CA 94063-1655 There is no filing fee for filing the stipulation. An incomplete stipulation will be returned to the parties by the Clerk's Office. All stipulations must include the following: Original signatures for all attorneys (and/or parties in pro per); The name of the neutral; Date of the ADR session; and Service List (Counsel need not serve the stipulation on parties). Parties mutually agree on a neutral and schedule ADR sessions directly with the neutral. If parties would like a copy of the court's Civil ADR Program Panelist List and information sheets on individual panelists, they may visit the court's website at www.sanmateocourt.org/adr. If Filing the Stipulation Prior to an Initial Case Management Conference To stipulate to ADR prior to the initial case management conference, parties must file a completed stipulation at least 10 days before the scheduled case management conference. The clerk will send notice of a new case management conference date approximately 90 days from the current date to allow time for the ADR process to be completed. If Filing Stipulation Following a Case Management Conference When parties come to an agreement at a case management conference to utilize ADR, they have 21 days from the date of the case management conference to file a Stipulation and Order to ADR with the court [Local Rule 2.3(i)(3)]. Post-ADR Session Evaluations Local Rule 2.3(i)(5) requires submission of post-ADR session evaluations within 10 days of completion of the ADR process. Evaluations are to be filled out by both attorneys and clients. A copy of the Evaluation By Attorneys and Client Evaluation are attached to the Civil ADR Program Panelist List or can be downloaded from the court's web site. Non-Binding Judicial Arbitration Names and dates are not needed for stipulations to judicial arbitration. The Judicial Arbitration Administrator will send a list of names to parties once a stipulation has been submitted. For further information regarding San Mateo Superior Court's Civil ADR and Judicial Arbitration Programs, visit the Court's website at www.sanmateocourt.org/adr or contact the ADR offices at (650) 261-5075 or (650) 261-5076. Form ADR-CV-1 [Rev. Feb. 2014] American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Attorney or Party without Attorney (Name, Address, Telephone, Fax, Court Use Only State Bar membership number): SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN MATEO Hall of Justice and Records 400 County Center Redwood City, CA 94063-1655 (650) 6 - 1 Plaintiff(s): Case number: Defendant(s): Current CMC Date: STIPULATION AND ORDER TO APPROPRIATE DISPUTE RESOLUTION Plaintiff will file this stipulation with the Clerk's Office 10 days prior to or 3 weeks following the first Case Management Conference unless directed otherwise by the Court and ADR Director [Local Rule 2.3(i)(3)]. Please attach a Service List. The parties hereby stipulate that all claims in this action shall be submitted to (select one): Voluntary Mediation Binding Arbitration (private) Neutral Evaluation Settlement Conference (private) Non-Binding Judicial Arbitration CCP 1141.12 Summary Jury Trial Other: _______ Case Type: __________________________________ Neutral's name and telephone number: ___________________________Date of session: _________ (Required for continuance of CMC except for non-binding judicial arbitration) Identify by name the parties to attend ADR session: _______________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ Original Signatures ________________________________________ Type or print name of Party without attorney Attorney for Plaintiff/Petitioner Defendant/Respondent/Contestant ______________________________________ (Signature) Attorney or Party without attorney ________________________________________ Type or print name of Party without attorney Attorney for Plaintiff/Petitioner Defendant/Respondent/Contestant ______________________________________ (Signature) Attorney or Party without attorney ________________________________________ Type or print name of Party without attorney Attorney for Plaintiff/Petitioner Defendant/Respondent/Contestant ______________________________________ (Signature) Attorney or Party without attorney ________________________________________ Type or print name of Party without attorney Attorney for Plaintiff/Petitioner Defendant/Respondent/Contestant ______________________________________ (Signature) Attorney or Party without attorney IT IS SO ORDERED: _______________________________________________ Date: Form ADR-CV-1 [Rev. Feb. 2014] Judge of the Superior Court of San Mateo County American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com

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