You state a trial date is set, but it appears to be a trial setting conference date. That occurred because the at issue was filed. you should file a counter at issue, just to tell the court and opposing counsel you will be raising the issue of lack of disclosure. Send and email or letter to opposing counsel and ask for copies you don't have of disclosure they said hey served. Also, make sure you have filed and served all required disclosures yourself. Ask the other side for a settlement conference. CourtCall.com can help tell you whether you can appear at this conference by phone. Do consider consulting with a local attorney to protect your rights, and be able to appear locally for you, until your actual appearance is needed at a hearing.
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You should attempt to file a counter memorandum.
Usually, a Trial date is not set until you appear at the Trial Setting Conference to disscuss the issues in the presence of the Judge, so that the Judge can determine how much time you need.
If this is uncontested, then why did the other side ask for a trial? At this point, if all issues are resolved, you should be able to sign a Stipulated Judgment and submit that to the court.
Your situation is troubling.
Call the clerk and find out if you can appear telephonically for the Trial Setting Conference. In Los Angeles County, you can appear telephonically through Court Call. You do not indicate what county this Trial Setting Conference will take place.
If you appear telephonically for the TSC, and tell the Judge you have not received the Final Declaration of Disclosure, the Judge will not set the matter for Trial.
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