I am open to settle but they never gave us a mediation date and it has been 3 months. I was ready to settle in april. They have been given a deposition but will not answer( 2 months ago) and they did not answer any discovery questions.
What should I do if they do not set up the deposition? Is this another motion to compel?
lastly, The defendant did perjury on an EEOC affidavit. They say it is "privileged" but the judge has kept it open. Can the judge decide that the false Affidavit can be used in the court or in the deposition?
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