CIVIL PRETRIAL ORDER
WILLIAM H. ORRICK, District Judge.
A jury trial has been set in this matter for December 15, 2014, beginning at 8:30 A.M. with an attorney conference and jury selection to follow thereafter. A Pretrial Conference has been set for December 1, 2014 at 2:00 P.M.
The following scheduling deadlines and hearing dates have been set:
1. Pretrial Conference and Statement
Not less than 28 days prior to the Pretrial Conference, counsel shall exchange (but not file or lodge) the papers described in Civil L.R. 16-10(b)(7), (8), (9) and (10), and any motions in limine. At least 21 days before the final Pretrial Conference, lead trial counsel shall meet and confer with respect to:
Preparation and content of the joint pretrial conference statement;
Resolution of any differences between the parties regarding the preparation and content of the joint pretrial conference statement and the preparation and exchange of pretrial materials to be served and filed pursuant to this Order. To the extent such differences are not resolved, the parties will present the issues in the pretrial conference statement so that the judge may rule on the matter during the Pretrial Conference; and
At least 14 days prior to the Pretrial Conference, the parties shall file a joint pretrial conference statement containing the following information:
a. The Action
(i) Substance of the Action. A brief description of the substance of claims and defenses which remain to be decided.
(ii) Relief Prayed. A detailed statement of all the relief claimed, particularly itemizing all elements of damages claimed as well as witnesses, documents, or other evidentiary material to be presented concerning the amount of those damages.
b. The Factual Basis of the Action
(i) Undisputed Facts. A plain and concise statement of all relevant facts not reasonably disputable, as well as which facts parties will stipulate for incorporation into the trial record without the necessity of supporting testimony or exhibits.
(ii) Disputed Factual Issues. A plain and concise statement of all disputed factual issues which remain to be decided.
(iii) Agreed Statement. A statement assessing whether all or part of the action may be presented upon ...