|Background:||You are preparing your federal lawsuit|
|Problem:||You are unsure how to complete the Civil Cover Sheet|
|Solution:||You follow this guide for completing the Civil Cover Sheet (Federal)|
Local Rule 1.05(e) USFLMD | Civil Cover Sheet
"(e) The Clerk is authorized and directed to require a complete and executed AO Form JS44, Civil Cover Sheet, which shall accompany each civil case as a condition to the filing thereof. State and federal prisoners, and other persons filing civil cases pro se are exempt from the requirements of this subsection." Local Rule 5.2 USFLND | Civil Cover Sheet
"An attorney who files or removes a civil case must simultaneously file a civil cover sheet on a form available without charge from the Clerk or on the District’s website. But the Court may allow the civil cover sheet to be filed later. A pro se party need not file a civil cover sheet."
|1||TBD case. USFLMD. Pro Se Filing. 2020. NOS 442. §1981 Case (+ §760 FS). Employment.|
|2||TBD case. USFLND. Pro Se Filing. 2021. NOS 440. §1983 Case. ALJ Perjury.|
|3||USFLMD. Attorney Filing. 2019. NOS 790. Title VII Case (+ §1983). Employment.|
|4||USFLMD. Attorney Filing. 2019. NOS 440. Title VII Case (+ §760 FS). Employment.|
|5||USFLMD. Attorney Filing. 2019. Title VII Case (+ §760 FS). Employment.|
|6||USFLMD. Pro Se Filing. 2020. NOS 442. Title VII (+ §1981; NLRA. Employment|
|7||USFLMD. Attorney Filing. 2020. NOS 790. Title VII (+ §760 FS). Employment.|
|1||Official Court Form. Interactive/Electronic.|
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With the use of the form (as well as the samples above), you can more easily complete the civil cover sheet (federal).