Diaz case, filed on 10/21/2020 by Zalkin Law Firm - two plaintiffs abused (here and hereinafter - allegedly) by two ministerial servants in 1970s.
Iglesias case, filed on 10/19/2020 by Eisenberg & Baum, LLP against various NYC and WT entities - abused by an "elder John Doe" and "[travelling] overseer John" in 1970s and 1980s.
Aldridge case, filed 10/06/2020 by Zalkin Law Firm - abused by a congregation elder in 1970s.
Tarry case (no 1 and no 2), filed on 09/17/2019 and 07/23/2020 by Parker Waichman LLP - abused by a publisher in 1984. Very weak case. Motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim (because the alleged abuser was a rank-and-file member and no special relationship existed) is pending.
Steele case, filed on 08/14/2019, re-filed on 10/30/2019 by Zalkin Law Firm - abused by elder Nicholson (denies the accusations, except for forcible touching) in 1970s and 1980s between two and ten years old. Motion for change of venue denied, motions to dismiss filed on behalf of:
CCJW (on the ground that it didn't exist at the material time),
Watchtower NY and Warrensburg congregation (claiming, among others, that the NY CVA violates the NY Constitution Due Process Clause as applied in the case; "more than a generation has passed since" 1982, the congregation memorandum states, apparently unaware of the overlapping generation teaching),
"the eight individuals who currently serve on the Governing Body of Jehovah’s Witnesses" (claiming, among others, that the GB isn't a jural entity that can sue or be sued),
- are currently pending.
Ewing case, filed on 08/14/2019 by Zalkin Law Firm - abused by ministerial servant Rust in 1980s between 14 and 18 years old. Motions to dismiss filed by the GB (nearly identical to the above-described one), CCJW and WTNY (claiming, among others, that a ministerial servant is a rank-and-file congregant and that the four years statute of limitations under Florida law should be applied to instances of abuse that occured there) are pending.