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Redacted HUD 1 of 3 Disc 2

Redacted HUD 1 of 3 Disc 2

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To: Pratt, Sara 
Subject: Impact Case Presented S.Ct. 
Sara: 
FYI. anyone HUD needs reminding, this petition makes the need for HUD issue reg soon the impact theory seem all the more urgent. 

filed this week with the Supreme Court. See attached. have read your 2009 paper disparate impact under the FHA and thought you would interested the arguments presented the government defendants for reversal the gth Circuit decision allowing our clients' FHA disparate impact claim proceed trial. 
Please note Appendix -the Order denying rehearing with dissenting opinion joined justices the 81h Circuit. appreciate your interest and assistance. 
All the best, 

SHOEMAKER SHOEMAKER, P.L.L.C. 

International Plaza, Suite 200 
7900 [ntemational Drive 

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To: Pratt, Sara 
Subject: Impact Case Presented S.Ct. 
Sara: 
FYI. anyone HUD needs reminding, this petition makes the need for HUD issue reg soon the impact theory seem all the more urgent. 
-Bob 

Thanks for taking the time chat with this morning about the 
Petition for Certiorari 
filed this week with the Supreme Court. See attached. have read your 2009 paper disparate impact under the FHA and thought you would interested the arguments presented the government defondants for reversal the 8th Circuit decision allowing our clients' FHA disparate impact claim proceed trial. 
Please note A.ppendix --the Order denying rehearing with dissenting opinion joined justices the gth Circuit. appreciate your interest and assistance. 
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Subject: Impact case Presented S.Ct. 

Sara: 
FYI. anyone HUD needs reminding, this petition makes the need for HUD issue reg soon the impact theory seem all the more urgent.

Thanks for taking the time chat with this morning about the Petition for Certiorari 

filed this week with the Supreme Court. See attached. have read your 2009 paper disparate impact under the FHA and thought you would interested the arguments presented the government defendants for reversal the 81h Circuit decision allowing our clients' FHA disparate impact claim proceed trial. 
Please note Appendix -the Order denying rehearing with dissenting opinion joined justices the 81h Circuit. appreciate your interest and assistance. 
All the best, 

SHOEMAKER SHOEMAKER, P.L.L.C. 
International Plaza, Suite 200 
7900 International Drive 
Bloomington, 224-4601 (fax) 55425 
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From: Pennington, Kathleen 
Sent: Friday, December 30, 2011 3:49 
To: Alis, Enrico Alvarado, Lorena; Baldwin, Margaret Batcho, Eric
Bavafa, Pouya; 
Bohling, Gayle Brandwein, Jack; Cahill, John Caramenico, Michele Chang, Jason 
Chappell, Nicole Coleman, Thomas Coronado, Lisa Crowwillard, Dorothy 

Marchese, Richard Matulef, Mark McEachin, Onjil; McKenzie-John, Koren; McTighe, Kristy Minor, Courtney Mountin, Zachary Murray, Donnie Mussetter, Matthew; Nash, Kimberly Ousley, Heather Pelletier, Joseph Pennington, Kathleen Posner, Michael Potts, Barbara Ratterman, Colin Ray, Eileen Richter, Michael Riggs, Ann; Ringhausen, Jacklyn Rodick, Tom; Rosenthal, Dana Schoenfeld, Henry; Scruggs, David Sliwa, Barbara Smith, Sherri Springer-Elkerson, Iris; Stark, Jack Stegman, Melissa; Stone, Rachel Suarez, Ingrid; Swain, Sharon Valles, Jeanine Varney, Katherine Webster, James Wershbale, Jamie; Wheaton-Rodriguez, Allyssa Wills, Charlene Worden, Jeanine Wylie, James Zlotnick, Gregory 
Subject: Magner Gallagher (SCt.) Attachments: 10-1032tsacUnitedStates.pdf 
All -Happy New Year! Attached for your reading pleasure the amicus brief DOJ filed yesterday this Fair 
Housing Act case. The Supreme Court will deciding whether disparate impact claims are cognizable under 
the Act and, so, the appropriate standard. 

impact which currently the comment period. 

Oral argument schedu 

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