Effective May 30, 2023, Judge Rebull has
been assigned to CBL Division Section CA43.
Complex Business Litigation
Circuit Civil Division
Circuit Criminal Division
Circuit Appellate Division
Division E-mail address- firstname.lastname@example.org
Evelyn Arvizú, Judicial Assistant
Frank Quirce, Bailiff
- All non-evidentiary Special Set hearings, Motion Calendars, and Initial Case Management
Conferences will be conducted via Zoom.
- The Court will sua
sponte cancel a hearing if there are no supporting documents
uploaded to the event on courtMAP at least 48 hours as well as delivery of **paper
copy 3 business days for Special Sets prior to the hearing.
shall include the Docket Entry number (D.E.#") on all Notices of Hearing
and Proposed Orders submitted to courtMAP. If the docket entry numbers
are omitted from the Notices of Hearing, the court may cancel your
hearing. If the docket entry numbers are omitted for the Proposed Orders,
the Judge will reject your order.
Hearings will be set through
Motion Calendar will be heard Tuesdays 9:00am and Wednesdays 9:00am, parties are
responsible for setting Motion Calendar matters on CourtMAP and noticing the
hearing to all parties. Cancellations must be cancelled through CourtMAP
filing a notice of cancellation is insufficient.
*Motions to Withdraw must be set
on motion Calendar with notice to client, please use Order to Withdraw included
in our Webpage.
Set hearings are
noticed through CourtMAP upon approval by the Court. If
cancellation is sought, the parties should indicate whether the motion/matter
is resolved and upload a proposed order, upload a Notice of Cancellation through
courtMAP, notify chambers via e-email CBL43@jud11.flcourts.org and phone call 305-349-7157.
* The moving party is to hire a
Court Reporter for all Special Set hearings unless you seek leave from the
* Any add-on to existing hearing
time requires approval by the Court. Do not block multiple hearings on the same
day for more than 1 hour.
*In the event a movant (or responding
party) believes more than one hour is needed, the case shall be set on the Motion
Calendar so the Court may be advised of the nature of the motion and determine
whether additional time will be allotted.
*Motions for Reconsideration/Rehearing: submit by email
with supporting transcript to the judicial assistant. The Court will
review and determine whether a hearing is necessary.
Judge requires a paper copy/complete hearing binder with all materials,
from each involved party (motions, memos, opposition, replies, case law, record
and document excerpts) that any party requests to be included, delivered to
chambers at least 3 days prior to the scheduled hearing. All materials shall
also be uploaded through courtMAP on the hearing date scheduled. It shall be
the responsibility of the movant to provide a single comprehensive binder.
Parties shall not submit competing binders.
The binder shall first include only the motion and supporting memorandum of
law, the opposition, and any reply. These initial materials shall not include
any attached exhibits or other materials. These primary first materials
(motion/memo, opposition, and reply) are analogous to appellate briefs, and the
attachments and exhibits, etc., are the appendix/record and must come after the
MOTION CALENDAR for CBL CA43: Monday and
Thursday at 9:00AM
-Effective January 1, 2023, the Court
will sua sponte cancel a hearing if there are no supporting documents uploaded
to the event on courtMAP at least 48 hours prior to the hearing.
- All Parties must comply with
CBL Rule 4.3, which refers to the requirement for the parties to Meet and
Confer, before filing every motion.
NOTICE OF HEARINGS: Parties are
to state the docket number of the motion and all memoranda related to
the issue filed by either side on their Notice of Hearing. Notices of
hearing are not deemed sufficient unless a docket entry number is listed.
Eleventh Circuit Complex Business
- Cancellations- Counsel for the
party who placed a matter on the Motion Calendar shall file the Notice of
Cancellation with the Clerk. If the case was set through courtMAP you must
cancel it through courtMAP.
--Use of the Supporting Documents
feature of courtMAP: All motions and memoranda that support or oppose
relief requested shall be uploaded as supporting documents to the Motion
Calendar hearing. Any additional pleading, correspondence, or document
that you believe Judge Rebull should consider in connection with the
hearing should also posted as a supporting document.
Making Calendar: In order to verify if your case made the Motion Calendar:
a. Log onto courtMap.
b. Select “calendar” on top.
c. Select “show events by case”.
d. Enter your case number & click on the magnifying
your case hearings will populate.
Please be aware that certain items are prohibited on courthouse premises. If any listed prohibited item is detected to be in your possession when entering a court facility, you will be asked to exit the facility to secure the item elsewhere or dispose of it, before being allowed entry into the facility.