You have an attorney. They are responsible for managing the litigation. The process is called discovery.
Given the costs of litigation--which add up quickly if discovery is necessary-- you may wish to take a longer view and revisit settlement. You will not get everything you want from either litigation or settlement. Buying peace is the norm for business-- because it always makes business sense.
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If you have an attorney that attorney is closer to the situation and in the best position to advise you. Generally, discovery devices have deadlines attached, and enforcement of the deadlines is always possible - though that enforcement, ironically, can slow you down substantially.
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Yes. It is depending on the closure of discovery and the mandatory settlement conference dates. These are things your attorney needs to explain to you, ask him or her.
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