Generally, at a trial setting, you will need to be prepared to discuss the case and, particularly, the legal and factual issues that remain disputed between the parties. Also, you should have an idea of how long trial will last.
Settlement conferences will vary from judge to judge, but again you should be prepared to discuss the legal and factual issues of your case. It is usually helpful to brief the legal and factual issues prior to the settlement conference so that you can work out the issues in writing. Once that is done you should be prepared to discuss these issues before a judge (or mediator).
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Take a look at http://www.courtinfo.ca.gov/cms/rules/index.cfm?title=three&linkid=rule3_1380 for information concerning the Settlement Conference. For trial setting, at a minimum review the following: http://www.courts.ca.gov/1316.htm. Good luck and God Bless.Ask a similar question