Disparate Impact in the Crosshairs  · The Supreme Court is considering hearing a case out of Texas challenging the FHA disparate impact standard. Should the Court take this appeal, it could lead to big changes in this area of the law. Should the Court take this appeal, it could lead to big changes in this area of the law.

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Law360, New York (October 29, 2013, 2:07 PM EDT) — A group of 12 state attorneys general on Monday urged the U.S. Supreme Court to preserve their right to bring disparate impact claims in housing.

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New York AG to SCOTUS: Uphold disparate impact in housing Posted on January 21, 2015 | Leave a comment This week the Supreme Court of the United States is hearing the case of Texas Dept. of Housing vs. Inclusive Communities Project , and while many in the industry welcome the expected rejection of disparate impact theory in housing, others.

In addition to an unexplained decline in overall cases brought, the Civil Rights Division’s Housing and Civil Enforcement Section announced it would no longer pursue disparate impact housing. are.

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Statement By A.G. Schneiderman Urging U.S. Supreme Court To uphold disparate impact claims Under Federal Fair Housing Act. The Attorney General’s brief is available here. The New York State Attorney General’s Office is committed to enforcement of the Fair Housing Act and combatting ongoing housing discrimination. To file a complaint, contact the Office at Civil.Rights@ag.ny.gov or 212-416-8250.