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Volume 25 - Number 12

June 9, 2014

Another Disparate Impact Case Come to SCOTUS; Will CFPB Opine?

Disparate impact litigation apparently is one of those gifts that keeps on giving. Once again, the Supreme Court has been given an opportunity to receive one of those gifts, as the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs recently asked the justice to agree for what would be the third time to take on the issue of disparate impact claims brought under the Fair Housing Act. CFPB observers will be watching to see if the bureau feels compelled to weigh in on the case, Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs, et al., Petitioners v. The Inclusive Communities Project, Inc., as it has previously elsewhere. The TDHCA distributes...

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