This is one of the easy ones, that could clearly be framed as a consequence of an argument with a celebrity.
Next up is the trial for allegedly poking that dude in the face (which, as a man, I find hysterical that someone brought charges for some shit like that). The hearing is set for next week, as referenced in the article. While Mayweather shouldn't be putting his hands on people, the guy is clearly just looking to get some money from Floyd.
On December 21st Floyd will stand trial for a preliminary hearing in the Josie Harris case, which is the most serious of the lot since he's up for battery and grand larceny. That's the one that will be interesting to follow.
Lastly, there's the civil lawsuit that's been filed by the 2 would-be-victims of the shootings by Mayweather's associate, O.C. Harris. O.C. 's trial is set for February 2012 and it is unknown as to when the civil trial for Floyd is.
There are also several minor lawsuits regarding charges filed by people who claim that Mayweather's bodyguards and entourage have been beating up a lot of people at nightclubs and casinos. These are simple situations, as it can never be definitely proven in a court of law that Mayweather gave the order to his people to beat up so-and-so person.
What is interesting though, is if the bodyguards, or O.C. Harris have a change of heart and testify in court that Floyd explicitly gave them the orders to open fire, or attack people.