Barely. Get your notice of intent and proposed subpoena done five and serve on opposing party. Follow the procedure set firth in Fla R Civil Pro 1.351. After the waiting period have clerk issue subpoena and get it served. Put the date of production in the subpoena. It has to be after its issued and before the trial date and the employer needs a few days to get things together. If you don't get your material than subpoena duces tecum the employer to trial.
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I agree with Attorney Chambers except I would subpoena them for the hearing at the same time as I did not non-party subpoena.
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If you were to object to the Magistrate, it would be many months before you could get before the judge. You may need to move to continue, unless you can subpoena the employer to bring records to the hearing, and then you do not have much time.
R. Jason de Groot, Esq., 386-337-8239