Fair Housing Law Center

Since 2007, the attorneys and professional staff at the Fair Housing Law Center have dedicated themselves to ensuring that protected class members are educated on the fair housing laws enacted to protect them.  The Fair Housing Law Center actively engages protected class members, advocates, housing providers, and community leaders to encourage fair housing practices throughout our communities.  Fair Housing Law Center attorneys counsel individuals whose rights have been violated and obtain remedies through administrative procedures and court action in certain jurisdictions.*

*The Fair Housing Law Center’s attorneys are licensed in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and its local federal district.  Litigation falling outside of those jurisdictions will be referred to other agencies providing similar services, where appropriate.

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Fair Housing Month Poster Contest
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HUD Approves Discrimination Agreement Between California Fair Housing Group and Marin County Landlords

HUD announced an agreement between a Northern California fair housing organization and the owners and managers of two apartment complexes in Greenbrae, California. The agreement resolves allegations the owners and their agents discriminated against a female tenant with disabilities who requires an assistance animal. The case came to HUD’s attention when the group Fair Housing Advocates(…)


Acting U.S. Attorney Settles Civil Rights Suit Against Westchester Property Management Company And Cooperative Building For Discriminating On The Basis Of Disability

Joon H. Kim, the Acting United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced that the United States has settled a federal civil rights lawsuit against Defendants West-Ex Associates, Inc. (“West-Ex”), and 505 Central Avenue Corp. (“505 Central Ave.”), for discriminating on the basis of disability and refusing to provide reasonable accommodations, as(…)


U.S. Department of Justice Files Suit Against New Hampshire Housing Provider

The United States Department of Justice filed a complaint in United States v. MSM Brothers, Inc. d/b/a White Cliffs at Dover (D. N.H.). The complaint alleges that the defendants discriminated on the basis of familial status in violation of the Fair Housing Act by limiting the ability of families with children to rent anything other than first-floor apartments.(…)


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