Legal Issues

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Nebraska Eyes Upzoning

The state legislature is considering legislation that would boost density statewide. More

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Attorneys Dissect Treasury Guidance on OZs

John Gahan and Daniel Ryan outline key takeaways and what questions still need... More

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Breaking Down Disparate Impact

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

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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

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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

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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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