Courts likely to apply same discrimination theories in HUD, CFPB cases

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the DOJ and HUD have brought numerous cases based on that theory.9 Most recently, HUD issued a proposed regulation purporting to authorize discrimination claims based on disparate impact under the FHA and codify a three-step, burden-shifting approach to establishing liability under this theory.10 The rule was finalized in 2013, just weeks

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courts had held that disparate impact was available to prove a claim – For decades, Regulation B provided that the effects test was available to prove an ECOA violation – HUD issued an interpretative rule that stated clearly that disparate impact was a viable theory under the FHA – The CFPB and the federal banking agencies also

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In which of the following types of cases does a plaintiff attempt to prove that while an employer’s policy or practice appears to apply to everyone equally, its actual effect is that it disproportionately limits employment opportunities for a protected class?

But same-sex couples still face housing discrimination. And LGBTQ mortgage applicants are less likely to secure loan approval and more likely to pay higher interest rates and fees. Here’s how to.

Philip Tegeler, executive director of the Poverty & Race Research Action Council, called the plan "a deeply cynical proposal that would put most types of modern housing discrimination beyond the reach of the courts." HUD had long interpreted the Fair Housing Act as creating liability for practices that had an unjustified or disparate impact.

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau may find a model for restricting the use of statistics in fair lending cases when another federal agency. The CFPB and HUD have had talks about the future of disparate impact theory. The Department of Housing and Urban Development is expected to raise the.

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