You probably want to file a motion for further sanctions based on the failure to comply with the court's prior discovery orders. See CCP 2023.010 et seq. regarding escalating sanctions. You can conceivably get terminating sanctions having the case dismissed.
Of course this needs to be properly set up: were orders signed and entered, were notices of ruling served, has the time run out, etc.
A motion for further sanctions will probably be faster and more straightforward than pursuing a contempt of court.
But you should consult with a local UD attorney about your case and strategy.
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