Disparate Impact Doctrine in Fair Housing

, New York Law Journal

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Matthew S. Vuolo and Norma B. Levy of Nelson Levine de Luca & Hamilton write: In a case that may change the way the insurance industry approaches housing-related "disparate impact" issues, the U.S. Supreme Court granted certiorari in June in a case where the Third Circuit previously held that the disparate impact doctrine applied to discrimination claims brought under the Fair Housing Act.

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Originally appeared in print as Will the Disparate Impact Doctrine in Fair Housing Get Its Day in Court?

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