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Join Me for a Discussion of the HUD’s Disparate Impact Rule

Philip R. Stein

On Thursday, April 17th, I will be participating in a live CLE webinar which will discuss the disparate impact theory of discriminatory lending in both mortgage and non-mortgage consumer lending, focusing on HUD’s Disparate Impact Rule, recent enforcement efforts, potential risks to lenders complying with the new mortgage rules and recent CFPB initiatives.

As part of a panel, I will discuss critical developments in fair lending and the DI theory of discrimination in the context of mortgage and non-mortgage consumer lending.

Following the discussion, there will be an interactive Q&A session, where there will be an opportunity to have your questions answered. We expect to address a variety of issues and questions many lending professionals have in today’s ever-evolving housing market. To register for the webinar, click here.

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