Thank you for your new question.
Absolutely this sounds correct. You need to tell your attorney in no uncertain terms, at the conference that he is to object to any other continuances of the defendant and he is to file a motion stating mediation would not be done in good faith by the defendant based on the defendant's conduct of causing these delays throughout the case. You would not be responsible for this, ultimately the court will give the defendant enough rope and then they will get tired of his games and will hit him hard with a judgment.
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