Hogan Lovells lawyers achieve victory in Garden City case
A federal district judge in the Eastern District of New York has ruled that the village of Garden City in Long Island violated the federal Fair Housing Act, the US constitution and other civil rights statutes by enacting a discriminatory zoning ordinance in 2004. Lawyers from Hogan Lovells, along with lawyers from the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law and the Law Offices of Frederick K Brewington, represented the plaintiffs.
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