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Federal Appeals Court Holds that Landlord May Be Liable for Deliberate Indifference to Tenant-on-Tenant Discrimination

USA - September 24 2018 The United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit recently addressed a matter of first impression regarding landlord liability under the Fair...

A. Michelle Canter, Christopher K. Friedman.


HUD and DOJ Challenge Facebook’s Advertising Platforms under the Fair Housing Act

USA - September 4 2018 The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has filed an administrative complaint against Facebook alleging discriminatory advertising...

A. Michelle Canter, Christopher K. Friedman.


SEC Action Highlights Importance of Specific Language in Directors and Officers Insurance for Fintech and Other Startup Companies

USA - April 16 2018 The founder of Mozido, the fintech startup once claimed to be valued at $5.6 billion, has been named as a defendant in a civil lawsuit filed by the...


After the Waters Recede: The Mortgage Servicer’s Role in Navigating Insurance Claims, Part III

USA - October 23 2017 In the first part of the series “The Mortgage Servicer’s Role in Navigating Insurance Claims,” we covered assessing property damage and applying...

Brian R. Epling.


After the Waters Recede: The Mortgage Servicer’s Role in Navigating Insurance Claims, Part II

USA - October 13 2017 In the first part of the series “The Mortgage Servicer’s Role in Navigating Insurance Claims,” we covered assessing the damage in the wake of a...

Brian R. Epling.