Voluntary Trial Resolution in Florida – An Attractive Option for Litigants

01 Feb , 2022

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Florida Statutes contains a little-known law called "Voluntary Trial Resolution" that permits parties to retain a private lawyer to serve as the Trial Resolution Judge in a Florida dispute. "Voluntary Trial Resolution" ("VTR") is different from binding arbitration. A case submitted to VTR is subject to the Florida rules of civil procedure and evidence and concludes in either a bench or jury trial. The parties also retain all available appeal remedies that exist in a typical lawsuit. 

In this webinar, Joe Goldstein discusses this process, sanctioned by Florida Statute 44.104, which combines the benefits of binding arbitration – a speedy and economical resolution – with the benefits of a non-jury trial.

 

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