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Plaintiff Rengin Gundogdu (“Plaintiff”) has brought suit against Defendant LinkedIn Corporation (“Defendant”) for breach of express warranties, breach of contract, and discrimination against her religious beliefs in violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (“Title VII”). (Compl. (DE [1]) ¶ 2). Plaintiff filed a charge with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) and received a Right to Sue Notice (DE [1-1]). This case has not been set for trial. Plaintiff seeks representation of counsel in this matter. If interested, please email

Pro se Plaintiff Alexander Moskovits brings one count of private conspiracy to interfere with his right to interstate travel and one count of fraud upon the court against Defendants Mel Gorham and Barry Cohen, Gorham’s attorney. Plaintiff is a dual citizen of Brazil and the United States and resides in Brazil. He claims Gorham failed to pay $100,000 owed to him in connection with a property contract, and that Defendants are now falsely accusing him of kidnapping and coercion to prevent him from traveling back to the United States to reclaim his property. The Court has administratively closed the case while Plaintiff completes service on Defendants. If interested, please email

Plaintiff, a Senior Army JROTC Instructor at Miami Edison Senior High School, seeks representation in a lawsuit he brings against his employer. He asserts five claims, arising under the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Fair Labor Standards Act, and the Family Medical Leave Act. If interested, please email

Plaintiff Michael Walsh claims under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (“ERISA”) that the Plan, a multiemployer pension plan, improperly denied his application for a pension for failure to have ten years of vesting required for a pension. Defendant recently filed a motion to dismiss asserting that Walsh’s challenge to the Trustees’ 2017 decision is untimely. If interested, please email

Plaintiff, while a pretrial detainee, filed a civil rights action for excessive use of force against officers within a jail. Trial is scheduled to begin during the two-week period commencing July 17, 2023. If interested, please email

Plaintiff, Alexander Yanes (“Plaintiff”), was a watch technician employed by defendant The Swatch Group (U.S.) Inc. (“Defendant”). Plaintiff alleges that because of his race and/or national origin he was subjected to a hostile work environment, required to work in high temperature conditions, and refused accommodations after sustaining injuries related to a car accident. Plaintiff filed this lawsuit after receiving a Right to Sue letter from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. If interested, please email

Plaintiff filed an action against Defendant, the City of Broward County Public Schools, in state court for breach of contract, discrimination, and false claims act, and retaliation-based claims. Defendant recently removed Plaintiff’s action to this Court and Plaintiff is seeking assistance from the Volunteer Attorney Program. If interested, please email

Mr. Ryzhov alleges that, while working as a lawyer in Russia, he represented certain entities, the Sokolov family and the Automobilist, who were trying to prevent an illegal corporate takeover of the Automobilist by our Defendants, OAO Sanatorium Automobilist and Valeriy Nikolaevich Durandin. As a result of his efforts, Mr. Ryzhov says, the Defendants were prosecuted in Russia. According to Mr. Ryzhov, the Defendants—angered by that prosecution—conspired to dispossess him of certain property interests he held here and in Russia. Mr. Ryzhov has asserted seventeen counts against the Defendants—all under various state and federal laws. Mr. Ryzhov has asked for money damages to compensate him for the property interests he lost, and he wants the Court to enjoin the Defendants from any further conversion of those interests. The Defendants have not yet been served. If interested, please email

Plaintiff Maximino Cuevas, Jr. brings claims against Abbey Delray South for disability discrimination and retaliatory termination, in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act, 42 U.S.C. § 12101. Plaintiff alleges that Abbey Delray South unlawfully retaliated against him due to his physical handicap by being removed and transferred from his position as a technician. If interested, please email

Matthew McIntosh Doreste, pro se, filed a civil rights action for excessive force against officers within the jail. Calendar call is set for March 24, 2023, and trial is set to begin March 27, 2023. If interested, please email