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That is an overly broad request, since there can be hundreds of different causes of action and claims under Section 8. However, you can find cases that have been reported by going to your local court library and using their online case search computer (unless you want to pay about $160 per hour to pay for your own access at home) and you would search the case files for "12 U.S.C. 1437" or "Section 8" and that would pull up all reported decisions for violations of those acts and then you can find the plaintiffs.
Otherwise, if you have a specific violation you are seeking plaintiffs on to start a class action suit, you would do that like attorneys do and have to advertise in the paper and online to find plaintiffs.
Sure, good luck to you on your broad request. Hope it works out for you.
different expert here. Have you attempted a search on google scholar with the statute? have you tried searching court files in person? or registering with PACER to access online?
google scholar is your better option, and i would begin with the statute and the jurisdiction
You may add other search terms such as summary judgment, trial, verdict, decision, jury
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