February 3, 2023
Commissioner Michael L. Mau, Civil Commissioner
 

Department Information

Michael L. Mau, Civil Commissioner
Courtroom H
Central Court, 800 North Humboldt, San Mateo
(650) 261-5135
Dept35@sanmateocourt.org

Remote Appearance Information and Procedures

Zoom Hearing Credentials

Click on this link to join the Zoom meeting (no meeting ID or passcode required):
CLICK TO JOIN NOW

Dial in:
Phone Number: +1 (669) 254-5252
Meeting ID: 161 510 6013
Password: 987732

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
8:30 a.m.   UD PTC's
(Zoom Audio & Video)
     
9:00 a.m. CMC/OSC
(Zoom Audio & Video)
  CMC/OSC
(Zoom Audio & Video)
CMC/OSC
(Zoom Audio & Video)
UD Court Trials
(In-person or Zoom Audio & Video)
10:00 a.m. Collections CMC/OSC
(Zoom Audio & Video)
CMC/OSC
(Zoom Audio & Video)
Collections CMC/OSC
(Zoom Audio & Video)
Collections CMC/OSC
(Zoom Audio & Video)
 
1:30 p.m.     OSCs Re: ADR
(Zoom Audio & Video)
LM-OEX
(in-person)
 
2:00 p.m. IDC's
(Zoom Audio & Video)
IDC's
(Zoom Audio & Video)
  IDC's
(Zoom Audio & Video)
UD Court Trials
(In-person or Zoom Audio & Video)

Effective March 15, 2021: Unlawful Detainer Court Trials in front of the Commissioner - Pre-Trial Requirements & Exhibit Exchange Protocol

All parties for an Unlawful Detainer Court Trial in front of the Commissioner must adhere to the Pre-Trial Requirements & Exhibit Exchange Protocol. If you do not stipulate to the Commissioner, you will need to contact the assigned Judge's Courtroom Clerk for instructions on the hearing protocols, including evidence exchange.


Unlawful Detainer Settlements

Parties must comply with California Rule of Court 3.1385. That Rule provides: "If an entire case is settled or otherwise disposed of, each plaintiff or other party seeking affirmative relief must immediately file written notice of the settlement or other disposition with the court and serve the notice on all parties and any arbitrator or other court-connected alternative dispute resolution (ADR) neutral involved in the case. Each plaintiff or other party seeking affirmative relief must also immediately give oral notice to all of the above if a hearing, conference, or trial is scheduled to take place within 10 days." The Judicial Council has promulgated a form adopted for mandatory use for this purpose, the CM-200 NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ENTIRE CASE.

If your settlement resolves the entire case, the Court will not sign a stipulation for entry of judgment or stipulated judgment until the Plaintiff has filed a CM-200 NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ENTIRE CASE.

 
© 2023 Superior Court of San Mateo County