Are Joint Defense Agreements Discoverable In Florida

Work product lien protects documents and papers of a lawyer or party established pending litigation. Fla. R. Civ. P. 1.280 (b) (3) (clarifying that materials prepared pending litigation or for legal proceedings, or for a party or its representative, including counsel for the party, may be recovered only if the necessity of the materials and unreasonable hardness in obtaining the essential equivalent are otherwise demonstrated); Marshalls of M.A., Inc. v. Witter, 186 d.3d 570, 573 (Fla.3d DCA 2016); Marshalls de MA, Inc. v. Minsal, 932, para. 2d 444, 446 (Fla.3d TCA 2006) (“According to the work product doctrine, documents prepared by or on behalf of a party pending litigation cannot be found.”); Fresh water v. Freshwater, 654 d. 2d 1271, 1272 (Fla.3d DCA 1995) (work product not found).