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Breaking Down Disparate Impact
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Breaking Down Disparate Impact

Housing leaders discuss the court ruling at the AHF Live Forum. More

More Cities May Begin to Adopt Inclusionary Housing Laws
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More Cities May Begin to Adopt Inclusionary Housing Laws

The Supreme Court recently left intact San Jose's ordinance, opening the door for... More

Real Estate Exec Gets 14 Years for Ponzi Scheme That Lost Investors Nearly $200 Million
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Real Estate Exec Gets 14 Years for Ponzi Scheme That Lost Investors Nearly $200 Million

The Orange County (Calif.) Register staffer Jeff Collins reports on the sentencing... More

Protecting Affordable Housing Parties Against the Big, Bad Environmental Liability Monster
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Protecting Affordable Housing Parties Against the Big, Bad Environmental Liability Monster

Nixon Peabody's Alison Torbitt outlines steps you can take to protect against... More

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Supreme Court Set to Hear Disparate Impact Arguments

The Supreme Court on Wednesday will hear arguments in a case that could change the way low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs) are allocated. More

People On The Move 1.8.2015
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People On The Move 1.8.2015

Read about the latest hires and promotions at Jones Walker, Red Capital, Friedman,... More

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5 Strategies to Contain Affordable Housing Development Costs

Developers share their ideas for keeping the costs down during the design and construction process. More

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Housing Groups Raise Concerns in Disparate Impact Case

Several housing associations are urging the Supreme Court to conclude that the Fair Housing Act does not recognize disparate impact liability. More

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Owner Files Fair Housing Complaint Against Kansas City

An affordable housing owner has filed a complaint against Kansas City, Mo., and others alleging discrimination against African-American residents. More

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Tireless Counselor Tireless Counselor

Richard Goldstein is an LIHTC giant More

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