In normal course, discovery materials, such as discovery requests, discovery responses, and deposition notices, are not filed in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida. According to the “Handbook on Civil Discovery Practice” (Middle District Discovery 2015) published by the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida: “In accordance with Local Rule 3.03(c) - (e), Middle District of Florida, copies of written interrogatories, answers and objections to interrogatories, notices of oral depositions, transcripts of oral depositions, requests for the production of documents and other things, responses to requests for production, matters disclosed pursuant to Rule 26(a)(1), Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, requests for admissions, and responses to requests for admissions shall not be filed with the Court as a matter of course. Discovery materials are filed only in limited circumstances, including if ordered by the Court, if necessary to the presentation or defense of a motion, or if required by law or rule.”
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