The Fair Housing Amendments Act is an important federal law that ensures that housing opportunities, services, access, and even lending practices, are fair and non-discriminatory in nature. Over the years, the Supreme Court has weighed in on many civil rights issues—from affirmative action to voting rights to housing discrimination. This program, taught by Anderson Kill Shareholder Deborah B. Koplovitz, will discuss the implications of the Supreme Court’s recent decision in Bank of Am. Corp. v. City of Miami in the context of Fair Housing Act and civil rights litigation.
Deborah B. Koplovitz is a shareholder in Anderson Kill's New York office and concentrates her practice in real estate, business law, general representation of privately held corporations, partnerships and business entities, commercial litigation, representation of foreign sovereigns and their heads of state, representation of condominiums, cooperatives and sponsors as well as legal malpractice prosecution and defense.
Ms. Koplovitz has a particular interest in appellate practice at the State and Federal levels and cross-border transactions. She is fluent in German and Norwegian, and proficient in French.
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