He has also contacted 11th Circuit Judge Gill Freeman and General Magistrate Elizabeth Schwabedissen, as well as Judges Jeffrey Streitfeld and Charles Greene in the 17th Circuit, regarding adopting case management rules for ESI in advance of statewide rules.
What does GM stand for?
GM stands for General Magistrate (Florida law)
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490(a) of the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure requires persons appointed as general magistrates to "take the oath required of officers by the constitution and the order shall be recorded before the magistrate discharges any duties of that office.
This rule is not intended to prohibit appropriate reference to prior adjudicative service by use of such terms as "circuit judge retired," former judge of compensation claims," and "former general magistrate.
For example, a former judge may include in advertisements an accurate and truthful statement that he or she is a 'retired circuit judge,' 'former county judge' or 'former general magistrate.
For example, a former judge may include in advertisements an accurate and truthful statement that he or she is a "retired circuit judge," "former county judge" or "former general magistrate.
The court deleted the court commentary proposed by the task force that encourages the "use of general magistrates, special masters, mediators, arbitrators, or other neutrals" who can often "assist the parties and the trial judge with resolving time-consuming disputes" and "help expedite the adjudication of contentious discovery issues.
257 Amends subdivisions (b)(3)(A), (e)(2), and (g) to permit the movant to provide a transcript, an electronic recording, or a stipulation by the parties of the evidence considered by the general magistrate when filing exceptions to the magistrate's report.