40.3 Notice of settlement - Whenever a case is settled or otherwise disposed out of court, counsel for all parties shall assure that immediate notice is given to the court. This shall be accomplished by both calling the court and e-filing a notice of settlement, unless otherwise specified in the judge’s judicial guidelines posted on the court’s website. Should a failure to provide immediate notice result in having jurors unnecessarily report for service in connection with the case, the court may, on its own motion, for good cause shown, assess costs incurred in having jurors report for service equally between the parties or against one or more of the parties responsible for failure to notify the court.
Date Last Modified:
January 1, 2019