Cases that involve a common issue of fact or law are sometimes filed in more than one California county based on where the parties live, do business, or the incidents occurred. These cases may be transferred to a single court, under specific procedures (CA Rules of Court, Title Three, Division IV) and with the agreement of all of the parties. These cases are referred to as Coordinated Proceedings. For more information, please visit the Judicial Council Coordination Proceedings page.
The San Diego Superior Court is regularly selected to hear such cases. Pursuant to California Rule of Court 3.550(b)(2), the Judicial Council of California maintains a register (log) of complex coordination proceedings for public inspection. For a listing of active cases currently assigned to the San Diego Superior Court, please refer to the JCC's Civil Case Coordination Proceeding log (2018 to present).