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The settlement briefs should include the names of the parties, their relationships, a list of the unresolved issues in the case and settlement history thus far. In addition, the briefs should indicate likely means of settling the case (demands and offers, as applicable, which may be blacked out with marking pen from the copy served on the other side).

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