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How A City Violated The Fair Housing Act By Discriminating on the Basis of Familial Status

How a City Violated the Fair Housing Act by Discriminating on the Basis of Familial Status

A Court Case Regarding City Zoning and Discrimination Overview: On January 18, 2022, the court entered a consent order in United States v. City of …

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Fair Housing Discrimination and Housing Appraisals

Fair Housing Discrimination and Housing Appraisals

Summary of Court Case Involving Racial Discrimination Overview: On February 14, 2022, the Department filed a statement of interest in Austin, et al. v. Miller, …

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A woman of a different race being sexual harrassed and discriminated against.

Sexual Harassment and Discrimination Results in Heavy Fines

Summary of Court Case Involving Sexual Harassment and Discrimination Overview: On December 13, 2021, the court entered a consent order in United States v. Whitescarver …

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Handicap sign with the words accessibility testing and the fair housing act next to it

 Accessibility Testing and The Fair Housing Act

Summary of Court Case Involving Accessibility Testing Overview:  On August 10, 2020, the court issued an order granting partial summary judgment in favor of the …

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Lessons from a fair housing case

Lessons From a Case Involving Reasonable Accommodations, Race, and Assistance Animals

Summary of Court Case Involving Reasonable Accommodations, Race and Assistance Animals Overview:  Sentinel Real Estate Corp., et al. (N.D. Ga.):  On December 30, 2021, the …

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Assistance Animals and The Fair Housing Act

A Court Case Involving Assistance Animals Overview:  On December 22, 2021, the United States filed an amended complaint in United States v. Eilman (E.D. Wis.).  …

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