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Monday, March 4, 2024

Judicial Section Details

Lisa S. Walsh

  • Division: Circuit Civil
  • Section: CA 44
  • Court Location: Dade County Courthouse
  • Address: 73 West Flagler ST Miami, FL 33130
  • Phone: (305) 349-7280
  • Room: DCC 1500
  • Judicial Assistant: Wright, Denise

 

The following are effective December 21, 2023 

-AO 21-11 ON VIRTUAL HEARINGS HAS BEEN IN EFFECT SINCE JUNE 2021. THIS DIVISION FOLLOWS THE AO. PLEASE BE ADVISED:

-MOTION CALENDARS, CALENDAR CALLS, AND CMCS ARE HELD EXCLUSIVELY BY VIRTUAL HEARING

-SPECIAL SETS UNDER 30 MINUTES ARE PRESUMED TO BE HELD VIRTUALLY BUT MAY BE HELD IN PERSON WITH AGREEMENT OF PARTIES AND COURT APPROVAL

-SPECIAL SETS OF MORE THAN 30 MINUTES AND EVIDENTIARY HEARINGS OF ANY LENGTH ARE PRESUMED TO BE HELD LIVE IN COURT AND MAY ONLY BE HELD VIRTUALLY WITH AGREEMENT OF PARTIES AND COURT APPROVAL. 

-THUS, ANY HEARINGS OF MORE THAN 30 MINUTES SET VIRTUALLY WITHOUT COURT APPROVAL WILL BE SUA SPONTE CANCELLED BY THE COURT.  THE COURT WILL ONLY HOLD VIRTUAL HEARINGS OF MORE THAN 30 MINUTES' LENGTH OR EVIDENTIARY HEARINGS IF THERE HAS BEEN PRIOR COURT APPROVAL. 

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. 

-The Court will sua sponte cancel a hearing if the docket entry numbers for the motions set in Courtmap are not included in the subject area for the courtmap setting and the notices of hearing.

-Parties shall include the Docket Entry number ("D.E. #") on all Notices of Hearing, the Subject area for the CourtMap setting,  and in Proposed Orders submitted to CourtMap. If the docket entry numbers are omitted from notices of hearing and the subject area for the CourtMap setting, the court will cancel your hearing. If the docket entry numbers are omitted from the proposed orders, the judge will reject your orders.

- The moving party is to hire a court reporter for all Special Set hearings unless you seek leave from the Court.

Starting on March 6, 2023, all Zoom hearings will take place on Judge Walsh's Zoom https://zoom.us/j/5374476802 

 Room 537 447 6802.

CBL Interim Case Management Conferences -   if all sides agree that the case is on track for trial, there are no pending motions and there is nothing any side needs to bring to the judge’s attention, the parties can submit an agreed order stating the three conditions and cancelling the conference no later than 48 hours before the hearing.

Email addresses:

CBL44DOCS@jud11.flcourts.org

dwright@jud11.flcourts.org

 
  • Bachelor of Science in Speech, Northwestern University, 1988
  • Juris Doctor, University of Miami, 1992
  • Admitted to The Florida Bar, 1992
  • Public Defender, 1992-2004
  • Lisa S. Walsh, PA, 2004-2008 
  • County Court Judge, 2008
  • Circuit Court Judge, 2011- Current
JudgeSectionRoomTelephone
Rebull, J Thomas CA 58, CA 43 DCC 817305-349-7157
Thomas, William CA 27 DCC 1307305-349-7144
Walsh, S Lisa CA 47, CA 20, CA 44 DCC 1500305-349-7280
Walsh, S Lisa CA 47, CA 20, CA 44 DCC 1500305-349-7280
 
Any emergencies please email the Administrative Judge, Lisa Walsh, at lwalsh@jud11.flcourts.org .
  • CBL Motion Calendar
  • Special Sets
  • Proposed Orders
  • Emergency Motions
  • Notices for Trial
  • Construction Defect Motion Calendar

Type: Open

Notice Before Hearing: No

Files at Hearing: None

Hearing Documents 
Blank CBL CMC and Trial OrderView

https://zoom.us/j/5374476802   dial in number 786-635-1003

PLEASE INCLUDE THE DOCKET ENTRY NUMBER IN THE TITLE NEXT TO EACH MOTION ON YOUR NOTICE OF HEARING. And also in the Subject area when setting in courtmap.

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.

Effective January 11, 2022 Parties will no longer be required to email motions in WORD format

- 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.
- Complex Business Litigation Motion Calendar is heard on Mondays and Thursdays at 9:00 A.M. (Availability can be found on CourtMAP)

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. Parties shall list the docket number on all proposed orders submitted to CourtMap

Eleventh Circuit Complex Business Litigation Rules

Notice of Compliance with Meet and Confer Requirements

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 CMAP you must cancel it through CMAP.

PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT PAPER COURTESY COPIES OR BINDERS ON ANY MATTER IN THIS DIVISION. 

Use of the Supporting Documents feature of CMAP:  All motions and memoranda that support or oppose relief requested shall be uploaded as supporting documents to the hearing.  Any additional pleading, correspondence, or document that you believe Judge Walsh 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 Calendar: 
    a. Log onto Court Map;
    b. Select “calendar” on top;
    c. Select “show events by case”;
    d. Enter your case number & click on the magnifying glass; and
Your case hearings will populate

MOTIONS FOR RECONSIDERATION shall be submitted by email to dwright@jud11.flcourts.org.  Do not set the motion for hearing unless 30 days have passed without a ruling.

Interim case management conferences will be set monthly but can be cancelled by an agreed order if both sides agree that the case is on track, there are no pending motions and there is nothing any side needs to bring to the judge’s attention. The agreed order stating the 3 conditions must be submitted at least 24 hours before the hearing. Please note that if there have been two cancellations, Judge Walsh may reject an agreed order cancelling hearing in order to ensure that the case is on track and deadlines are being enforced.

The Court endorses the use of the Florida Handbook on Civil Discovery Practice: 
http://www.floridatls.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/ADA-2019-Florida-Handbook-on-Civil-Discovery-Practice.pdf

 


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