VII.B | EFFECT OF FILING A MOTION FOR A PROTECTIVE ORDER
The mere filing of a motion for a protective order does not, absent an order of the Court granting the motion, excuse the moving party from complying with the requested or scheduled discovery. Upon receipt of objectionable discovery, a party has a duty to seek relief immediately, i.e., without waiting until the discovery is due or almost due. Upon receipt of a motion for a protective order, the Court may issue a temporary stay of discovery pending resolution of the motion. However, a party’s diligence in seeking relief is a principal factor in the decision whether to grant a stay.
Discovery Practice | Middle District of Florida — rev. 6/5/15
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