Who needs a Case Management Statement? A party to court proceedings who is directed by the Superior Court of California to prepare Case Management Statement, Form CM-110, must complete it to tell the court all the relevant facts that the court requires to schedule a specific trial. This statement can be submitted by only one party to a court case or jointly by both parties to the case. What is Case Management Statement for? This form provides information on dates and facts for the particular suit a person is involved in. A filer must specify what the case is about in the most general terms. A Case Management Conference may be required for parties, and it can be requested by filing this form with the court. A filer should be completely familiar with the case and must be fully prepared to discuss the status of discovery and alternative dispute resolution, as well as other issues raised by this statement, and will possess the authority to enter into stipulations on these issues at the time of the case management conference, including the written authority of the party where required. How do I fill out Case Management Statement? The following information must be provided in order to complete this form: A party’s personal information; Description of case; Information on alternative dispute resolution; Economic litigation; Meet and confer information. All applicable boxes must be checked, and the specified information must be provided to every question in order for the Statement to be valid. You should note, that different alternative dispute resolution processes are available in different courts and communities. Please, read the ADR information package provided by the court before starting the filling. Where do I send Case Management Statement? Once completed and signed by the parties, this form should be directed to the Superior Court of California of the county in which the proceedings take place.