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John L. Ropiequet and Christopher S. Navaja publish article in ABA’s The Business Lawyer on claims in the air lending arena

Arnstein & Lehr Attorney John L. Ropiequet

John L. Ropiequet

Arnstein & Lehr Attorney Christopher S. Naveja

Christopher S. Naveja

Arnstein & Lehr Chicago Partners John L. Ropiequet and Christopher S. Naveja have published an article entitled “Fair Lending Developments: Testing the Limits of Statistical Evidence” in the American Bar Association Business Law Section’s law review, The Business Lawyer. The article covers federal enforcement efforts and private class actions, which assert claims in the fair lending arena during the past year under the Fair Housing Act and the Equal Credit Opportunity Act as part of the Annual Survey on Consumer Finance Law. Mr. Ropiequet is co-editor of the Annual Survey, which covers all significant developments in consumer finance law on a national basis, and also co-authored the Introduction to the Survey.

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John Ropiequet and Christopher Naveja publish fair lending article in Consumer Finance Law Quarterly Report

Arnstein & Lehr Attorney John L. Ropiequet

John L. Ropiequet

Arnstein & Lehr Attorney Christopher S. Naveja

Christopher S. Naveja

Chicago partners John L. Ropiequet and Christopher S. Naveja have published an article entitled “Update on Current and Prospective Fair Lending Enforcement and Litigation Developments” in the latest edition of Consumer Finance Law Quarterly Report. The article discusses recent federal and state enforcement actions against banks that allegedly discriminated against minority mortgage and auto borrowers, the potential impact of the new Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection on future enforcement actions, and litigation against mortgage lenders by municipalities and private litigants that claims discriminatory lending practices.

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