Supreme Court Upholds City Standing Under Fair Housing Act, as ECBAWM Sought in Amicus Brief
- May 2, 2017
The United States Supreme Court has ruled that the City of Miami has standing under the Fair Housing Act to sue banks that engaged in predatory lending, triggering foreclosures and other harms throughout the City. ECBAWM filed an amicus brief in the case supporting the City’s position, on behalf of Miami’s firefighters and first responders who have had to cope with an increase in crimes and other problems festering in foreclosed, vacant properties. The brief was authored by ECBAWM attorneys Diane L. Houk, Debra Greenberger, and Zoe Salzman.
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- September 16, 2019