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June 05, 2024

Upcoming Changes to Florida’s Civil Procedure Rules: What Litigators and their Clients Need to Know

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Last week, the Florida Supreme Court released two opinions announcing changes to its rules of civil procedure in an attempt “to promote the fair and timely resolution of civil cases.” The amendments are broad and apply to many aspects of case management, scheduling, and discovery. Thus, Florida practitioners will want to familiarize themselves with the new variants before they go into effect on January 1, 2025. The following discussion highlights a subset of the changes that appear most likely to have an impact throughout a case’s lifetime.

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