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There is no "form." Under Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 26(f), the parties must conference and create a discovery plan for the court, so that the time for all of the pretrial discovery and a trial date may be set. If neither you nor the other party has conferenced and prepared a discovery plan for the court, then the court may sanction each party or make orders as necessary to obtain the compliance of the parties.
If you want to get back on track, then either buy this guide (or, something similar), or go to a county law library and start reading, because you have a lot of work to do and not much time to do it.
Hope this helps.
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