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Fair Lending: 'Disparate Impact' Claims as Litigation and Enforcement Game Changers and Defending and Managing the Latest Claims of Discriminatory Lending

Speaking Engagement
April 09, 2014
The Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites
Los Angeles,
  • Assessing the status of ‘disparate impact’ in lending litigation and enforcement
  • What the Mount Holly case could mean for ‘disparate impact’
  • Fair Housing Act as the basis for disparate impact claims
  • DI claims in cases where lenders choose only QM safe harbor or QRM loans because of liability and financing imperatives (reputational, PR and monetary risk)
  • Assessing recent discrimination cases and actions, and defending against the latest claims alleging fair lending violations
  • How state and federal agencies are approaching fair lending issues
  • Preparing for enhanced scrutiny of fair lending issues by the CFPB
  • Evaluating and assessing recent and emerging CFPB enforcement actions
  • Negotiating successful resolutions
  • Settlement considerations and strategies
Related Practices
Philip R. Stein

Philip R. Stein

Partner, Litigation Practice Group Leader
Financial Services Watch Blog June 30, 2020
While declining to rule that the Consumer Financial Production Bureau (CFPB) itself is unconstitutional — a position taken by many of the agency’s opponents since it began operating in July 2011 — the U.S. Supreme Court ruled today, June 29, 2020,that the CFPB’s structure violates the Co...