Illinois Supreme Court Announces Time Standards for Closing Out Cases

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The lasting effect of this Time Standards Order and the way that Illinois trial courts will apply it is yet to be seen.

April 11, 2022
Zachary Shelton - Lewis Brisbois

(April 4, 2022) - Beginning July 1, 2022, Illinois trial courts will begin imposing new time standards for closing out pending cases. This change follows the Illinois Supreme Court’s March 25, 2022 announcement setting new time standards for case closure in trial courts. This announcement will apply to all cases filed in the State of Illinois on or after January 1, 2022.

According to the recent announcement, the purpose of the new Time Standards Order (the Order) is to assist Illinois circuit courts with “meeting their fundamental obligation to resolve disputes fully, fairly, and promptly” by establishing a uniform, statewide expectation for parties, attorneys, and judges regarding the status of cases that will require each court to evaluate its actual performance compared to a statewide expectation.

Mr. Shelton may be contacted at Zachary.Shelton@lewisbrisbois.com



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