HUD Revived Fair Housing Act Rules: Disparate Impact and Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will provide counsel with guidance on the reinstated and revised rules under the Fair Housing Act. The panel will discuss the current and anticipated revisions to the standard for disparate impact discrimination claims and the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing (AFFH) Interim Final Rule that requires local housing data to be analyzed for discriminatory patterns and submit to HUD plans to address those patterns to continue receiving federal funds.
- Fair Housing Act rules
- Disparate impact
- Burden shifting test
- Litigation challenges
- Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing
- Analysis of local housing data
- Submission to HUD plans to address patterns
- Future HUD proposed FHA rules
The panel will review these and other important issues:
- How will the disparate impact rule under Biden's HUD differ from the prior rule?
- Who is impacted by the AFFH rule?
- What requirements will HUD have for municipalities that have discriminatory patterns in housing?
- What are the likely future Biden administration fair housing rules and regulations?
Ms. Glassman represents public housing authorities, developers, nonprofits, and other recipients of HUD funds in... | Read More
Ms. Glassman represents public housing authorities, developers, nonprofits, and other recipients of HUD funds in regulatory, administrative, transactional, and related matters. She has extensive experience with HUD regulatory and statutory compliance issues. She works closely with housing authorities on applications for and implementation of HUD's Moving to Work (MTW) program, including negotiation of MTW agreements and development and implementation of MTW policies and programs. She assists clients on matters such as federal procurement requirements, relationships with public housing affiliates and instrumentalities, uses of program income, the Uniform Relocation Act, and tenant-based and project-based housing choice vouchers. Ms. Glassman’s transactional practice includes extensive work with public housing authorities on portfolio repositioning strategies and implementation, including mixed-finance redevelopment projects, HUD demolition and disposition applications, and conversions to Section 8 using various methods, including disposition, voluntary conversion, HUD's Rental Assistance Demonstration program. She also advises clients on a variety of HUD multifamily housing matters involving project-based rental assistance, including HAP contract transfers and assignments.Close
Harry J. Kelly
Mr. Kelly’s practice focuses on transactional and litigation aspects of housing, fair housing, reasonable... | Read More
Mr. Kelly’s practice focuses on transactional and litigation aspects of housing, fair housing, reasonable accommodations, and accessible design, government contracts, financial institutions and bankruptcy law. He counsels owners of firms—particularly those active in real estate and housing—with respect to issues related to the operations of their businesses and assists them in litigation and enforcement matters. Mr. Kelly also advises government contracts clients on transactional and regulatory issues and litigates claims against government agencies. He is a frequent lecturer on Fair Housing compliance issues.Close