Favorable Settlement in Bryant v. City of Norfolk Motion to Enforce brings change to Norfolk

In a collaborative resolution to Plaintiffs' Motion to Enforce the Settlement agreement in Bryant et al. v. City of Norfolk et al., a Fair Housing case brought against the City of Norfolk, NRHA and HUD by LASEV, Hogan Lovells and the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights under the Law, on behalf of former residents of Tidewater Gardens, the City of Norfolk has agreed to designate city staff to investigate and possibly enforce source-of-income and other housing discrimination claims under the Virginia Fair Housing Act, conduct extensive outreach to both landlords and Housing Choice Voucher participants, and fund testing for discrimination within the City.  LASEV is grateful for the hard work of our partners, Attorney Stan Brown with Hogan Lovells, and Thomas Silverstein and Malcolm Peyton-Cook with the Lawyers' Committee for all of their hard work on behalf of our client community.  

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