Thomas J. Noto

Thomas J. Noto

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New Fair Housing Rule

HUD today announced a new Fair Housing Act rule to “affirmatively further[] fair housing.” The Fair Housing Act, passed in 1968, directs HUD to promote fair housing and equal opportunity, including addressing segregated...more

7/9/2015 - Fair Housing Fair Housing Act HUD

Disparate Impact Doctrine Survives Supreme Court Review

After years of debate and false starts, the Supreme Court has held that the Fair Housing Act (“FHA”) permits disparate impact claims. In Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs v. Inclusive Communities Project,...more

6/27/2015 - ADEA Affordable Housing Discrimination Disparate Impact FHA HUD SCOTUS Texas Dept of Housing v Inclusive Communities Title VII

D.C. Court Strikes Down HUD Disparate Impact Rule

The District Court of the District of Columbia has issued a decisive order vacating HUD’s 2013 Fair Housing Act disparate impact rule. The rule, as we’ve discussed, has always been based on a shaky legal foundation, but is...more

11/10/2014 - Discrimination Disparate Impact DOJ Fair Housing Act Fair Lending HUD

Financial Services Report - Quarterly News, Winter 2013

Editor’s Note - Stuff didn’t happen this quarter. Lots of it. The federal government didn’t happen for two weeks in October, which caused some to celebrate and others to wring their hands and clamor for a strong,...more

12/11/2013 - Affordable Care Act CARD Act HAMP Healthcare HMDA HOLA HUD

Supreme Court Takes Up Landmark Disparate Impact Case, Again, Over U.S. Objections

On June 17, 2013, the Supreme Court granted certiorari in Mount Holly v. Mt. Holly Gardens Citizens in Action, Inc., No. 11-1507, to decide whether disparate impact claims are cognizable under the Fair Housing Act (“FHA”). It...more

6/20/2013 - Certiorari Discrimination Disparate Impact Eminent Domain FHA HUD Mount Holly v Mt. Holly Citizens in Action Redevelopment SCOTUS

HUD Issues Aggressive New Fair Housing Rule

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (“HUD”) has finally issued its much-debated disparate impact rule. HUD argues that the rule — which it plans to apply retroactively — is simply a codification of its...more

2/13/2013 - Burden of Proof Burden-Shifting Business Justification Discriminatory Effects Rule Disparate Impact FHA HUD

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