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Also what state is this please?
Thanks; a TRC is usually much more informal; the idea is to get the case ready for trial
Here is the rule that deals with this:
Rule 411.2 Trial Readiness Conference A trial readiness conference shall be held in all unlimited civil and complex cases. The date of the trial readiness conference may be set by the Court at the time of the Trial Setting Conference. The purpose of this conference is to finalize trial preparation and allow the trial of the case to proceed in a more expeditious manner. On the date set by the Court, the parties and trial counsel shall appear and submit to the Court, unless otherwise directed by the Court, the following documents: 1) any oppositions to motions in limine; 2) proposed jury instructions; 3) proposed verdict forms; 4) witness and exhibit lists; 5) a statement of any stipulated facts; 6)proposed voir dire questions and/or questionnaires; and 7) a short statement of the case to be read to the jury, if applicable. Documents should be jointly submitted. If the parties cannot agree to jointly submitted proposed documents, each party can submit individual documents. If a party reasonably believes a witness’s name or an exhibit should be confidential until used in trial, he/she shall so indicate to the Judge in camera.
Each judge runs these differently-for example some hold them in chambers and those tend to be rather informal.
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It depends on how the brief is written and what the local rules are. It is best to have a comprehensive yet succinct case.
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