Pretrial Conferences

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What does pretrial conferences mean?

pretrial conferences – Court-ordered meetings before trial to expedite cases and foster settlement. Attendance is mandatory; at least one attorney from each side must show up with authority to stipulate to or admit any reasonably anticipated matters.

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