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The plaintiffs appealed to the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, and ... Inc. On remand, the plaintiffs alleged that HUD violated the APA because the ... periodic nondiscrimination ads in the Washington Post and local and national ... wheelchair users, widening doorways and reducing door threshold heights. An official website of the United States government Albanian Associated Fund, Inc. v. Township of Wayne (D. N.J.) On July 20, 2007, the court granted the United States' motion for leave to file an amicus brief in Albanian Associated Fund, Inc. v. Township of Wayne (D. N.J.), a Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act of 2000 (RLUIPA) case brought by plaintiffs who are seeking to construct a mosque in the Township. The Township commenced eminent domain proceedings against the Albanian Association Fund's land while its application for a conditional use permit to construct a mosque on that land was pending before the Township's Planning Board. The Township argued on summary judgment that eminent domain proceedings are not covered by RLUIPA. The Division's brief argues that the Townships' commencement of eminent domain proceedings in this case constitutes the implementation of a land use regulation covered by RLUIPA. A federal court jury in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania found that the defendants had discriminated against an African American couple by lying about the availability of a rental unit. However, the jury declined to award the couple any compensatory damages, even a nominal amount. The judge then refused to let the jury consider whether to grant punitive damages. The plaintiffs appealed to the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, and on June 3, 1999, the Civil Rights Division filed an amicus brief arguing that the judge should have allowed the jury to decide whether to award punitive damages. On March 22, 2000, the appellate court reversed the district courts' judgment for the defendants by holding that "in a case alleging discrimination under the Fair Housing Act the discrimination itself is the harm," and directed the district court to enter judgment for the plaintiffs and to hold a new jury trial on whether the plaintiffs should be awarded punitive damages. The Supreme Court denied certiorari on January 8, 2001.



Logan v. Matveevskii, 57 F. Supp. 3d 234 | Casetext Search + Citator

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Sep 29, 2014 ... Joan M. Gilbride, Esq., Kaufman, Borgeest & Ryan, L.L.P., New York, NY, for Defendant. ... Mem. of Law in Supp. of Mot. to Dismiss (“HUD Defs. ... Plaintiff lives in a third-floor apartment at 31 Midland Place with his mother, ... available apartment on 12 Washington Street in Tuckahoe Housing, because of ... United States District Court, S.D. New York.Sep 29, 201457 F. Supp. 3d 234 (S.D.N.Y. 2014)Copy Citation As noted in the Opinion resolving the prior Motions for Summary Judgment and To Dismiss, “subtle differences”… "[C]ourts . . . consider whether the delay was caused by the defendant's unreasonableness, unwillingness to… Finding that a defendant's failure to accommodate a mobility-impaired plaintiff's request to locate from an upper-floor to a lower-floor apartment was within FHA's reasonable accommodation requirement Summary of this case from Elliott v. QF Circa 37, LLC Finding that, "because Plaintiff never requested an accommodation based on his comfort level with 31 Midland Place, the THA Defendants cannot be held responsible for having failed to provide one" Summary of this case from Marble v. Tennessee Thomas LOGAN, Plaintiff, v. Irina MATVEEVSKII, Jeff Zuckerman, Mark Kamensky, Tuckahoe Housing Authority, Adolfo Carrión, and Mirza Orriols, Defendants. Thomas Logan, Tuckahoe, NY, pro se. Joan M. Gilbride, Esq., Kaufman, Borgeest & Ryan, L.L.P., New York, NY, for Defendant. Thomas Logan, Tuckahoe, NY, pro se. Joan M. Gilbride, Esq., Kaufman, Borgeest & Ryan, L.L.P., New York, NY, for Defendant. KENNETH M. KARAS, District Judge: Plaintiff Thomas Logan (“Logan”), proceeding pro se, brings this Action against Defendants Irina Matveevskii (“Matveevskii”), Jeff Zuckerman (“Zuckerman”), Mark Kamensky (“Kamensky”), Tuckahoe Housing Authority (“THA”), Adolfo Carrión (“Carrión”), and Mirza Orriols (“Orriols”). Matveevskii, Zuckerman, Kamensky, and THA (collectively, “the THA Defendants”) move for summary judgment, while Carrión and Morales (collectively, “the HUD Defendants”) move to dismiss the claims asserted against them. For the following reasons, the THA Defendants' Motion for Summary Judgment is granted, as is the HUD Defendants' Motion to Dismiss.



Housing And Civil Enforcement Cases Documents

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Plaintiffs allege that, as a successor corporation to Weese with notice of the HUD claim, Gensler is under federal law liable for the discriminatory actions of ... An official website of the United States government HOUSING AND CIVIL ENFORCEMENT CASES DOCUMENTS Plaintiff,                                                                                 No. 01 C 9277 vs.                                                                                         Judge Coar _______________________________________ Plaintiff the United States and plaintiff-intervenor Access Living of Metropolitan Chicago (collectively "plaintiffs") and defendants the John Buck Company, Church & Chicago Limited Partnership and its successor-in-interest, JBC Evanston Limited Partnership (collectively "Buck Defendants"), agree to the terms of this Consent Decree resolving the complaints, as amended, as to the Buck Defendants. On December 5, 2001, upon the election of the Buck Defendants and defendant Harry Weese Associates under 42 U.S.C. § 3612(a) to proceed in a civil action before this court, rather than a hearing before the Department of Housing and Urban Development ("HUD"), the United States filed a civil action as required by 42 U.S.C. § 3612(o) and also alleged that defendants had engaged in a pattern or practice of discrimination in violation of 42 U.S.C. § 3604(f)(l )-(3). Access Living filed concurrently a complaint in intervention. Both complaints, which were later amended, alleged that the defendants had violated Sections (f)(1)-(3) of the Fair Housing Act, 42 U.S.C. § 3604(f)(l)-(3).



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Through its CPD programs, HUD's goal is to expand mobility and widen a person's freedom of ... B. Fair housing discrimination suit filed by the Department of Justice or private plaintiffs ... 3Copies of this manual can be obtained from Ms. Joan Schneider, Administrative Secretary, Montana ... Washington, DC 20002- 4205.---



Baltimore Neighborhoods v. Rommel Builders, Inc., 40 F. Supp. 2d ...

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... Justice, Washington, D.C., and Lynne A. Battaglia, United States Attorney and Kaye A. Allison, ... On March 26, 1996, plaintiffs sued Rommel Builders alleging a failure to comply with ... Plaintiffs cite an administrative opinion, HUD v. ... This remodeling would widen doors, add an accessible entrance, remodel kitchens and ... Justia › US Law › Case Law › Federal Courts › District Courts › Maryland › District of Maryland › 1999 › Baltimore Neighborhoods v. Rommel Builders, Inc. Baltimore Neighborhoods v. Rommel Builders, Inc., 40 F. Supp. 2d 700 (D. Md. 1999) US District Court for the District of Maryland - 40 F. Supp. 2d 700 (D. Md. 1999) BALTIMORE NEIGHBORHOODS, INC., and Kevin Beverly ROMMEL BUILDERS, INC. John A. Rommel, Lob Inc., and Lions Gate Garden Condominium, Inc. United States District Court, D. Maryland. *701 *702 Lauren E. Willis, Andrew D. Levy, Brown, Goldstein & Levy, LLC, of Baltimore, MD, for plaintiffs. Donald B.W. Messenger, of Beltsville, MD, for defendant Rommel Builders, Inc. Michael P. Darrow, M. Evelyn Spurgin, Hillman, Brown and Darrow of Annapolis, MD, for defendants John A. Rommel and LOB, Inc. Frederick C. Sussman, Susan H. Stobbart, Council, Baradel, Kosmerl & Nolan, P.A., of Annapolis, MD, for defendant Lions Gate Garden Condominum. Isabelle Katz Pinzler, Acting Assistant Attorney General, Civil Rights Division, Joan A. Magagna, Chief, Brian F. Heffernan, Esquire, Deputy Chief, and Myron S. Lehtman, Senior Trial Attorney, Housing and Civil Enforcement Section of the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice, Washington, D.C., and Lynne A. Battaglia, United States Attorney and Kaye A. Allison, Assistant United States Attorney, *703 of Baltimore, MD, for the United States as Amicus Curiae. WALTER E. BLACK, Jr., Senior District Judge. Presently pending before the Court are four motions for summary judgment: (1) a Motion for Summary Judgment (Paper 47) and Supplement (Paper 64) filed on behalf of defendants, LOB, Inc. ("LOB") and John Rommel ("Rommel"), members of the Lions Gate Joint Venture, (2) a Motion for Joinder in Motion for Summary Judgment or Alternatively, Motion for Partial Summary Judgment (Paper 57) and a Motion for Joinder in Supplement (Paper 67) filed on behalf of defendant Rommel Builders, Inc. ("Rommel Builders"), a construction company that built Lions Gate Garden Condominiums ("Lions Gate") located in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, (3) a Motion for Summary Judgment (Paper 63) and Supplement (Paper 65) filed on behalf of defendant Lions Gate Garden Condominium, Inc. ("LGGCI"), and (4) a Second Motion for Summary Judgment as to Liability (Paper 68) filed on behalf of plaintiffs, Baltimore Neighborhoods, Inc. ("BNI"), a nonprofit corporation which promotes equal housing opportunities, and Kevin Beverly, a handicapped individual who uses a wheelchair for mobility. Plaintiffs expressly incorporate their memoranda filed in support of their first motion for summary judgment (Papers 23 and 32), and the Court has had the benefit of an amicus brief in support of plaintiffs' memoranda filed by the United States Department of Justice (Paper 35).





Content Posted in 2012 | Washington University Open Scholarship ... ***** Attacking the Rent Supplement Program: HUD's Attempt to Achieve Economic Mixture ... Causation in Retaliation Claims: Conflict Between the Prima Facie Case and the Plaintiff's Ultimate Burden of Pretext, Rhea Gertken ... Doors Widen to the West: China's Entry in the World Trade Organization Will Ease ... Joan I. Glaser.

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Attacking the Rent Supplement Program: HUD's Attempt to Achieve Economic
Mixture ... Causation in Retaliation Claims: Conflict Between the Prima Facie
Case and the Plaintiff's Ultimate Burden of Pretext, Rhea Gertken ... Doors Widen
to the West: China's Entry in the World Trade Organization Will Ease ... Joan I.
Glaser.




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COURT of CLAIMS ***** of the rehearing to answer the petition, and the petitioner shall ... Ward, Joan S .. ... August 2, 1941, a contract was awarded to widen and resurface ... 11 1 West Washington Street ... fore the Commissioner that he was driving a 1953 Hud-.

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of the rehearing to answer the petition, and the petitioner shall ... Ward, Joan S ..
... August 2, 1941, a contract was awarded to widen and resurface ... 11 1 West
Washington Street ... fore the Commissioner that he was driving a 1953 Hud-.


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