Redlining: Everything Old Is New Again | Wolters Kluwer
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  • Redlining: Everything Old Is New Again

    By Timothy R. Burniston and Barbara Boccia

    Published February 14, 2017

    Fair lending enforcement activity never seems to fade away. A couple of years ago, the disparate impact method of proving lending discrimination was on everyone’s radar, with appearances on the Supreme Court docket by the Township of Mount Holly and Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs. However, one of the hottest trending topic in fair lending risk right now surrounds the old-fashioned practice of redlining.

    In this ABA Banking Journal article, Wolters Kluwer experts Timothy R. Burniston and Barbara Boccia address the redlining practices and the risks it poses to fair lending.



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