Ohio Southern District Fair Housing/Sex Disrimination settlement....?
By Chuck Kallendorf
Victims of a former Forest Park, Ohio landlord achieved a potentially major victory last week in the largest sex discrimination case in the history of the Fair Housing Act, but they may never see a dime of their victory, according to an article in last Friday?s Enquirer, because the defendant in that case has ?no asstes.?
U.S. Southern Ohio District Judge Susan Dlott, who oversaw the almost $1
Fair Housing Revisited We’ve written before about how the Fair Housing Act applies to common interest communities. Unfortunately, there are some (maybe many) homeowners associations and condominium associations that still don’t understand the importance of this federal law and its state counterpart, the Colorado Fair Housing Act, or if they understand, they don’t believe it applies to them...
Judge Slams Justice How does a federal judge like to learn about the status of a settlement agreement? Here's a hint: she does not want to read about it on the front page. U.S. Judge Susan Dlott slammed the DOJ during a major fair housing case before her for telling the press that a settlement had been approved...