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General Case Management Order Complex Litigation Docket {JD-CL-111}

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STATE OF CONNECTICUT SUPERIOR COURT www.jud.ct.govUnless otherwise ordered by the court, the following orders apply in all cases assigned to the Complex Litigation Docket: v.5. A Request for Adjudication should be filed after the time for filing a response has passed (unless the matter needs immediate action or the parties agree, in which case it may be filed before the time for filing a response has passed). A Request for Adjudication (form JD-CL-77), is available on the judicial website, under "Forms." Except for self-represented parties who choose not to e-file, and attorneys exempt from efiling, Requests for Adjudication shall be e-filed and the filer shall select "Request for Adjudication Complex Litigation" when naming the form in e-filing. When a motion or objection needs to be reviewed quickly, any party may immediately file a Request for Adjudication and may request an immediate conference or hearing. 6. A Request for Adjudication form must be filed for any motion or objection to be decided by the court. The court will not schedule or act on any motion, objection, or request unless a Request for Adjudication is filed (except for motions filed during evidentiary proceedings). 7. Motions and objections about discovery will not be considered by the court (and may be summarily denied without prejudice) unless an affidavit is filed with the Request for Adjudication that states that counsel and self-represented parties have made good faith efforts to resolve the dispute. See Practice Book Sections 13-8 (c) and 13-10 (i). 8. The party filing a Request for Adjudication shall contact the court officer promptly in writing if a motion or objection is resolved or no longer requires adjudication. 9. Oral argument on motions is at the discretion of the court, except as a matter of right under Practice Book Section 11-18 (a)(1) and (2). 10. At the first status conference, the court may decide any pending motions or objections and may issue a scheduling order and a trial date. 11. The judge who issues this order may issue additional case management orders, scheduling orders, and trial management orders.GENERAL CASE MANAGEMENT ORDER COMPLEX LITIGATION DOCKET (CLD) JD-CL-111 Rev. 7-19 P.B. 247247 23-13 to 23-151. Under Practice Book Section 23-14, the following procedures for the scheduling and deciding of motions take the place of any conflicting provision of the Connecticut Practice Book, including, but not limited to, Sections 11-13 through 11-17, 17-31, and 17-32. This case is assigned to the judge who issues this order for all purposes, including trial. 2. All motions, pleadings, and any other documents shall have the docket number that appears above on them, shall include the prefix assigned, for example "X", and shall say "Superior Court, Complex Litigation Docket at " at the top. 3. All communications concerning a case assigned to the Complex Litigation Docket shall be in the form of motions; they shall not be in the form of letters to the judge. Communications concerning scheduling may be made by letter to the court officer. Copies of all motions and letters shall be sent to all counsel and self-represented parties of record and the letters and motions shall certify that a copy was sent to all counsel and self-represented parties. Such communications shall not contain information concerning the merits of an issue or the substance of negotiations. 4. The opposing party shall file a response to any motion or objection requiring decision or action by the court within the time set forth in the Practice Book, unless counsel and self-represented parties indicate in the Request for Adjudication or in a written stipulation filed with the court an agreement extending the time within which such response may be filed, or the court, upon motion, extends the time. Any motion for extension of time shall state whether or not the opposing party objects to the extension of time or that the party's position cannot be determined. Docket Number Judicial District Date Plaintiff Defendant 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 American LegalNet, Inc.

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