Here is posting #5 in this series on caseflow management best practices. This one covers the important practice of knowing about the case inventory and attending to any backlogs. By paying attention to the full collection of cases and being vigilant to any areas where cases can be slowed or stopped, courts have found success in moving cases along in the expected processing steps.

As is illustrated here, important elements include having performance targets, communicating expectations, providing information to case parties, and monitoring performance.

https://courtleader.files.wordpress.com/2021/11/court-leadership-caseflow-management-practice-profile-issue-5-case-inventory-and-backlog-monitoring-11-27-21.pdf

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