Ruskin Moscou Faltischek partner Benjamin Weinstock discusses the circuit split on whether the Federal Housing Act provides a cause of action for discrimination occurring after the purchase or rental of a residence, various legislative actions regarding the display of Mezuzot despite facially neutral hallway clutter rules, and how the U.S. Supreme Court's 1948 holding in 'Shelley v. Kraemer,' a landmark case that dealt with racial discrimination, could apply to a condo board's ban on Mezuzot.
'Bloch v. Frischholz': A Novel Approach to the Mezuzah Case
New York Law Journal
August 13, 2012
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