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Presented by the ISBA Standing Committee on Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law; Co-Sponsored by the ISBA Standing Committee on Disability Law, ISBA Standing Committee on Women and the Law, and the ISBA Diversity Leadership Council

 

Get the information you need regarding anti-discrimination and consumer protection laws on housing and property rights!

 

Don’t miss this four-part series that explores the housing access injustices suffered by individuals and families facing economic challenges across the spectrum and how their communities are being devastated. Part 3 in this series examines a number of housing issues, including:
 

  • The lawsuits filed against lenders by the Illinois Attorney General that, through settlements, have brought consumer relief and effected industry change;
  • Abandoned residences, deteriorating neighborhoods, and increased violence;
  • Lack of housing for previous occupants;
  • How discriminatory practices of sub-prime lenders in minority neighborhoods have contributed to the destruction of communities;
  • What activists are doing to restore forgotten neighborhoods;
  • Who (if anyone) is holding the lenders accountable;
  • The impact of disparate lender practices for women (especially single mothers); and
  • The pros and cons of gentrifying subsidized housing units in new multi-residential developments.

The series is designed for practitioners in local government, criminal justice, human rights law, education law, family law, real estate, and/or consumer protection law at all levels of practice experience.
 

Program Coordinators:
Sharon L Eiseman, Assistant Attorney General, Chicago
Daniel R. Saeedi, Taft Stettinius and Hollister LLP, Chicago
 

Part 3 Program Moderator:
Hon. Yolaine M. Dauphin
, Administrative Law Judge, Chicago

Program Information
Date Presented:
March 22, 2017 1:00 PM Central
Length:
2 hours
Housing Justice v. Housing Injustice - Part 3: Mortgage Fraud, Subprime Lenders, and Foreclosure Crisis
Speaker Information
Joel Chupack  [ view bio ]
Andrew T. Dougherty  [ view bio ]
Leslie A. Hairston  [ view bio ]
Carina M. Segalini  [ view bio ]
Individual topic purchase: Selected
Illinois State Bar Association
Total General MCLE Hours: 2.00
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