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    "Why Does No One Like Me?" – An Inside Look at the Lawsuits Challenging HUD's 2020 Disparate Impact Rule

    2:30 PM EST

    In 2015, the Supreme Court confirmed that disparate impact claims are cognizable under the Fair Housing Act in Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs v. Inclusive Communities Project, Inc. In response to the Court’s ruling, HUD announced its intention to review and revise its existing regulation concerning disparate impact claims. After receiving more than 45,000 comments, HUD published its new Disparate Impact rule on September 24, 2020 (the “2020 Rule”).

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    "Why Does No One Like Me?" – An Inside Look at the Lawsuits Challenging HUD's 2020 Disparate Impact Rule

    Event Details

    Duration

    90

    Format

    Web

    Date

    Jan 07, 2021

    2021-01-07T14:30:00-05:00 2021-01-07T16:00:00-05:00 "Why Does No One Like Me?" – An Inside Look at the Lawsuits Challenging HUD's 2020 Disparate Impact Rule

    In 2015, the Supreme Court confirmed that disparate impact claims are cognizable under the Fair Housing Act in Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs v. Inclusive Communities Project, Inc. In response to the Court’s ruling, HUD announced its intention to review and revise its existing regulation concerning disparate impact claims. After receiving more than 45,000 comments, HUD published its new Disparate Impact rule on September 24, 2020 (the “2020 Rule”).

    Sponsors

    Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice

    Panelists

    Lauren Sampson

    Sasha M Samberg-Champion

    Thomas Samuel Silverstein

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