U.S. Chamber leads coalition brief urging D.C. Circuit to reverse district court judgment that (i) overturned OMB’s rejection of EEOC's burdensome new reporting requirement on employers and (ii) imposed an unreasonable timeline for compliance
Bank of America Corp. v. City of Miami; Wells Fargo & Co. v. City of Miami
U.S. Supreme Court
Bank of America Corp. v. City of Miami:
1. By limiting suit to “aggrieved person[s],” did Congress require that an FHA plaintiff plead more than just Article III injury-in-fact?
2. The FHA requires plaintiffs to plead proximate cause. Does proximate cause require more than just the possibility that a defendant could have foreseen that the remote plaintiff might ultimately lose money through some theoretical chain of contingencies?
Wells Fargo & Co. v. City of Miami:
1. Whether the term “aggrieved” in the Fair Housing Act imposes a zone-of-interests requirement more stringent than the injury-in-fact requirement of Article III.
2. Whether the City is an “aggrieved person” under the Fair Housing Act.