Opening Doors on a Fair Housing Decision

, New York Law Journal

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Moritt Hock & Hamroff's Robert L. Schonfeld analyzes the recent Eastern District decision in 'MHANY Management v. Incorporated Village of Garden City,' which presents a classic example as to how a municipality can run afoul of the federal Fair Housing Act even if none of its officers or employees directly express animus toward members of a protected class or take an action directly against a member of such a class.

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