Will the Supreme Court finally get to rule on disparate impact?

Will the third time be the charm for having the U.S. Supreme Court decide whether disparate impact discrimination claims are allowed under the Fair Housing Act?  Later this month, on … ›

Comeuppance

Remember Magner v. Gallagher, the case out of Minnesota that challenged whether there was a disparate impact cause of action under the Fair Housing Act?  [Note: There isn’t.] Remember when the Obama … ›

Supreme Court asks for U.S. Solicitor General's brief in disparate impact case

Today the Supreme Court asked the U.S. Solicitor General to provide the government’s views on whether the federal Fair Housing Act encompasses disparate impact claims.  The Court had agreed to … ›

Here we go again: Fair Housing Act and disparate impact

Pacific Legal Foundation attorneys filed an amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court asking it to review a case handed down by the Third Circuit called Township of Mount Holly … ›

Magner v. Gallagher dismissed

Sigh.  Magner v. Gallagher, which was set to be argued by the US Supreme Court later this month, appears to have been dismissed.  Unfortunately, this means that the 8th Circuit … ›

11 attorneys general file brief to protect discriminatory housing practices

The title of this article is a bit off. For more on PLF’s role in Magner v. Gallagher go here.

Some reader comments on Magner v. Gallagher

Two readers responded to my recent post regarding PLF’s brief in Magner v. Gallagher.  The gist of the comments is the same: What St. Paul is doing here is outrageous!  … ›

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Will the Supreme Court finally get to rule on disparate impact?

Will the third time be the charm for having the U.S. Supreme Court decide whether disparate impact discrimination claims are allowed under the Fair Housing Act?  Later this month, on … ›

Comeuppance

Remember Magner v. Gallagher, the case out of Minnesota that challenged whether there was a disparate impact cause of action under the Fair Housing Act?  [Note: There isn’t.] Remember when the Obama … ›

Supreme Court asks for U.S. Solicitor General's brief in disparate impact case

Today the Supreme Court asked the U.S. Solicitor General to provide the government’s views on whether the federal Fair Housing Act encompasses disparate impact claims.  The Court had agreed to … ›

Here we go again: Fair Housing Act and disparate impact

Pacific Legal Foundation attorneys filed an amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court asking it to review a case handed down by the Third Circuit called Township of Mount Holly … ›

Magner v. Gallagher dismissed

Sigh.  Magner v. Gallagher, which was set to be argued by the US Supreme Court later this month, appears to have been dismissed.  Unfortunately, this means that the 8th Circuit … ›

11 attorneys general file brief to protect discriminatory housing practices

The title of this article is a bit off. For more on PLF’s role in Magner v. Gallagher go here.

Some reader comments on Magner v. Gallagher

Two readers responded to my recent post regarding PLF’s brief in Magner v. Gallagher.  The gist of the comments is the same: What St. Paul is doing here is outrageous!  … ›

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Will the Supreme Court finally get to rule on disparate impact?

Will the third time be the charm for having the U.S. Supreme Court decide whether disparate impact discrimination claims are allowed under the Fair Housing Act?  Later this month, on … ›

Comeuppance

Remember Magner v. Gallagher, the case out of Minnesota that challenged whether there was a disparate impact cause of action under the Fair Housing Act?  [Note: There isn’t.] Remember when the Obama … ›

Supreme Court asks for U.S. Solicitor General's brief in disparate impact case

Today the Supreme Court asked the U.S. Solicitor General to provide the government’s views on whether the federal Fair Housing Act encompasses disparate impact claims.  The Court had agreed to … ›

Here we go again: Fair Housing Act and disparate impact

Pacific Legal Foundation attorneys filed an amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court asking it to review a case handed down by the Third Circuit called Township of Mount Holly … ›

Magner v. Gallagher dismissed

Sigh.  Magner v. Gallagher, which was set to be argued by the US Supreme Court later this month, appears to have been dismissed.  Unfortunately, this means that the 8th Circuit … ›

11 attorneys general file brief to protect discriminatory housing practices

The title of this article is a bit off. For more on PLF’s role in Magner v. Gallagher go here.

Some reader comments on Magner v. Gallagher

Two readers responded to my recent post regarding PLF’s brief in Magner v. Gallagher.  The gist of the comments is the same: What St. Paul is doing here is outrageous!  … ›

Will the Supreme Court finally get to rule on disparate impact?

Will the third time be the charm for having the U.S. Supreme Court decide whether disparate impact discrimination claims are allowed under the Fair Housing Act?  Later this month, on … ›

Comeuppance

Remember Magner v. Gallagher, the case out of Minnesota that challenged whether there was a disparate impact cause of action under the Fair Housing Act?  [Note: There isn’t.] Remember when the Obama … ›

Supreme Court asks for U.S. Solicitor General's brief in disparate impact case

Today the Supreme Court asked the U.S. Solicitor General to provide the government’s views on whether the federal Fair Housing Act encompasses disparate impact claims.  The Court had agreed to … ›

Here we go again: Fair Housing Act and disparate impact

Pacific Legal Foundation attorneys filed an amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court asking it to review a case handed down by the Third Circuit called Township of Mount Holly … ›

Magner v. Gallagher dismissed

Sigh.  Magner v. Gallagher, which was set to be argued by the US Supreme Court later this month, appears to have been dismissed.  Unfortunately, this means that the 8th Circuit … ›

11 attorneys general file brief to protect discriminatory housing practices

The title of this article is a bit off. For more on PLF’s role in Magner v. Gallagher go here.

Some reader comments on Magner v. Gallagher

Two readers responded to my recent post regarding PLF’s brief in Magner v. Gallagher.  The gist of the comments is the same: What St. Paul is doing here is outrageous!  … ›