The lawyers in the Trump University case have made their arguments for whether or not the judge in the federal civil suit should move the trial until after the next president is inaugurated.
Over the weekend, lawyers for President elect-Donald Trump argued that the case should be postponed because Trump is now preoccupied with his transition to the White House.
Their brief includes nearly 500 pages of exhibits, which outline the decisions that are part of a presidential transition. They include pages of appointments to dozens of agencies and precedents for revoking or installing executive orders.
In a hearing last week, U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel urged both sides to settle. Still, he has scheduled the trial for Nov. 28. In a motion filed Monday, lawyers representing the clients of Trump University argued the trial should continue as scheduled. They argue Trump has already sat for videotaped depositions, and that he will be even busier after his inauguration.