The lawsuit against Plantation Golf & Country Club is growing by leaps and bounds. It was filed by members seeking proper reimbursement for their equity shares and it recently expanded to include 54 plaintiffs, and now has 2 defendants, Concert Plantation LLC, and Concert Golf Partners. Attorney Christina Unkel, of the firm of Maglio Christopher & Toale, represents the original plaintiff in the 2017 suit, Beverly White.

According to the Herald-Tribune , In 1995, when Beverly and Kenneth White, a Tuskegee Airman, signed up for an equity membership, they paid $18,000. When they resigned, equity memberships were valued at $30,000. Based on the refund formula in place in 2007, they should have received 80% of their equity capital contribution back. White filed suit after she received a refund of only $1,200, instead of the $24,000 anticipated.