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 Introduction to Litigation The Scheduling Order The scheduling order is a very important document. The scheduling order contains the trial date and gives deadlines for all of the things that must be done before a trial. Everyone brings their calendars to a scheduling conference to let the judge know that a particular date may not work for them. For example, you would tell the judge if you have another trial scheduled at or near the trial date proposed by the judge. Scheduling conferences look like nothing important is happening; all you see is lawyers, clerks and judges thumbing through calendars. But, you really have to have a feel for your case before the conference. You have to ask yourself questions like how many depositions will I have to take? How much time will be needed to put together requests for production of documents and interrogatories. If you have not thought about these questions, you may find yourself with not enough time to properly prepare your case. In fact, the judge may ask you these questions. You have to enter the conference prepared to answer them.
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The scheduling order is a very important document. The scheduling order contains the trial date and gives deadlines for all of the things that must be done before a trial. Everyone brings their calendars to a scheduling conference to let the judge know that a particular date may not work for them. For example, you would tell the judge if you have another trial scheduled at or near the trial date proposed by the judge. Scheduling conferences look like nothing important is happening; all you see is lawyers, clerks and judges thumbing through calendars. But, you really have to have a feel for your case before the conference. You have to ask yourself questions like how many depositions will I have to take? How much time will be needed to put together requests for production of documents and interrogatories. If you have not thought about these questions, you may find yourself with not enough time to properly prepare your case. In fact, the judge may ask you these questions. You have to enter the conference prepared to answer them.  MORTGAGE RIGHTS
 Introduction to Litigation The Scheduling Order
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The site does not provide legal advice. Neither Susan LaCava nor her law firm, LaCava Law, S.C., represent you until there is a signed retainer agreement.
The scheduling order is a very important document. The scheduling order contains the trial date and gives deadlines for all of the things that must be done before a trial. Everyone brings their calendars to a scheduling conference to let the judge know that a particular date may not work for them. For example, you would tell the judge if you have another trial scheduled at or near the trial date proposed by the judge. Scheduling conferences look like nothing important is happening; all you see is lawyers, clerks and judges thumbing through calendars. But, you really have to have a feel for your case before the conference. You have to ask yourself questions like how many depositions will I have to take? How much time will be needed to put together requests for production of documents and interrogatories. If you have not thought about these questions, you may find yourself with not enough time to properly prepare your case. In fact, the judge may ask you these questions. You have to enter the conference prepared to answer them.  MORTGAGE RIGHTS
 Introduction to Litigation The Scheduling Order
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The site does not provide legal advice. Neither Susan LaCava nor her law firm, LaCava Law, S.C., represent you until there is a signed retainer agreement.
The scheduling order is a very important document. The scheduling order contains the trial date and gives deadlines for all of the things that must be done before a trial. Everyone brings their calendars to a scheduling conference to let the judge know that a particular date may not work for them. For example, you would tell the judge if you have another trial scheduled at or near the trial date proposed by the judge. Scheduling conferences look like nothing important is happening; all you see is lawyers, clerks and judges thumbing through calendars. But, you really have to have a feel for your case before the conference. You have to ask yourself questions like how many depositions will I have to take? How much time will be needed to put together requests for production of documents and interrogatories. If you have not thought about these questions, you may find yourself with not enough time to properly prepare your case. In fact, the judge may ask you these questions. You have to enter the conference prepared to answer them.  MORTGAGE RIGHTS  Introduction to Litigation The Scheduling Order
The site does not provide legal advice. Neither Susan LaCava nor her law firm, LaCava Law, S.C., represent you until there is a signed retainer agreement.
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