Wikipedia:Requests for arbitration/Midnight Syndicate: Remedies of this case were suspended for ninety days, during which editors who were restricted by them are not under a topic ban. The ban may be re-instated by an uninvolved administrator should the editors engage in misconduct on the articles in question. After the ninety days are past, a request to permanently remove the topic bans may be submitted.
Macedonia 2: A case about naming disputes at the Macedonia article, and ChrisO's use of administrator tools in the dispute. Thirty-eight remedies have been proposed, most of which sanction editors involved in the dispute.
Date delinking: A case regarding the behavior of editors in the ongoing dispute relating to policy on linking dates in articles. An injunction has been issued prohibiting large-scale linking or delinking of dates until the case is resolved. Over 130 proposals have been presented, including remedies which restrict, ban, topic ban, or admonish certain parties. The case has only recently entered voting, and so none of the proposals presently pass.
Scientology: A case regarding behavioral problems in Scientology-related articles; the case is related to the prior case, COFS. Thirty-one remedies were passed, including the topic bans of twenty-six editors and the site bans of two editors, among other remedies. The Committee also provided that all IP addresses owned by the Church of Scientology are to be blocked as if they were open proxies. The full summary of remedies is available here. (See related story.)