I THINK TO DO AN EX-PARTE MOTION FOR A MEET AND CONFER BEFORE TRIAL SINCE I AM SHORT ON TIME NOW SINCE THE ATTORNEY DIDN'T RESPOND TO MY PREVIOUS REQUEST THAT I FAXED HIM AT HIS SECRETARY'S SUGGESTION SO I FILED A DECLARATION IN SUPPORT OF SUMMARY JUDGMENT AND MAY SET FOR A MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT BUT I HAVE TO GIVE THEM 75-80 DAYS NOTICE . I DON'T KNOW IF I SHOULD WAIT THAT LONG FOR A HEARING FOR MEET AND CONFER THERE;S ONLY 26 DAYS LEFT TO FILE FOR ONE AND I HAVE SUBPOENA'S TO FILE .
ALL THE DOCUMENTS ARE PREPARED
Your question is confusing. There are no hearings to "meet and confer." Certain motions require meeting and conferring before they are filed, or before they are heard, but that is something that you do outside court. Given the confusion in your question, you may want to pay for a hour or two consultation and get some legal advice. The consequence of doing things wrong, certainly with trial and summary judgment, may be that you lose your case. That's consequential so get some good specific advice. Take care.
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