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National Fair Housing Forums: Conversations on Emerging Issues

Reminder: Register Today | Strategies for Investigating Discriminatory Residential Appraisals - September 15, 2021

September 15, 2021 | 2:00-4:00 PM ET

Join the National Fair Housing Training Academy (NFHTA) and the National Fair Housing Alliance (NFHA) in a conversation focusing on strategies for investigating discriminatory residential appraisals.

Learning Objectives

Forum participants will:

  • Provide a comprehensive overview of the legal standards for appraisal discrimination cases.
  • Identify intentional and unintentional appraisal discrimination that occurs in the purchase, refinance, or sale of a home.
  • Build FHIP and FHAP investigators' capacity in investigating appraisal cases.
  • Review existing conciliations and settlements.

Who Should Attend?

This forum is targeted to Fair Housing Initiatives Program (FHIP) organizations, Fair Housing Assistance Program (FHAP) agencies, legal services providers, and other interested fair housing partners.

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Academy Course Update | Register for Litigating Fair Housing Cases - October 4-7, 2021

Registration is open for the October Litigating Fair Housing Cases course.

This course is designed for those who are involved in FHIP and FHAP litigation to understand and apply the methods and strategies for effective fair housing enforcement.

Presented topics include:

  • Pre-cause/pre-litigation case analysis
  • Transitioning from investigation to litigation
  • Prompt judicial action and injunctive relief, discovery, damages and attorney fees, pre-trial preparation, post-filing conciliation, motion practice, and trials

Participants will engage with experts to learn time saving techniques in litigation and will learn by reviewing and discussing a variety of cases. This course is practical, based on actual cases, and highly interactive as participants will have many opportunities to ask questions, strategize, share their experiences, and learn from peers.

To be eligible for this course, participants should have at least 3 years of fair housing experience or comparable civil rights experience. Participants should also be licensed attorneys or legal assistants.

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