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IN RE: AMENDMENTS TO FLORIDA RULE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE 1.720.

Sunday, 7th November 2011

<p style="font: normal normal normal 14px/normal 'Times New Roman'; margin: 0px">&quot;PER CURIAM. This matter is before the Court for consideration of proposed amendments to</p> <p style="font: normal normal normal 14px/normal 'Times New Roman'; margin: 0px">Florida Rule of Civil Procedure 1.720 (Mediation Procedures). We have jurisdiction. See art. V, &sect; 2(a), Fla. Const.</p> <p style="font: normal normal normal 14px/normal 'Times New Roman'; margin: 0px">The Committee on Alternative Dispute Resolution Rules and Policy (Committee) has filed a petition to amend rule 1.720. The amendments proposed by the Committee revise the requirements in rule 1.720 pertaining to the appearance of a party or a party&rsquo;s representative at a mediation conference. The proposals are in response to the Committee&rsquo;s charge to monitor court rules governing alternative dispute resolution procedures and to make recommendations as necessary to improve the use of mediation.&quot;</p><p style="font: normal normal normal 14px/normal 'Times New Roman'; margin: 0px">&nbsp;</p><p style="font: normal normal normal 14px/normal 'Times New Roman'; margin: 0px">Please select the link below to read further.&nbsp;</p>


Web-link: http://www.floridasupremecourt.org/decisions/2011/sc10-2329.pdf
Source: Leagle
Language: English
Contact: Florida Supreme Court

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