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Race, Nationality, Creed, Religion, Ethnicity, Sex, Family Status

At Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. the housing discrimination team fights against all types of real estate discrimination both for clients being discriminated against and for those who have been wrongfully accused of discrimination. As reflected in many published and unpublished decisions in front of New York state courts including State Supreme, housing, civil, and federal courts, the firm has and always will voraciously fight for its clients.

As the melting pot of the world, New York City is full of diversity. Most residents see the city’s diversity as positive, but there are still some who discriminate. Especially in real estate, the firm sees many discrimination cases against potential tenants, board members, purchasers, and sellers. The Fair Housing Act, general civil rights laws, and the expanded definitions of harassment created by the updated landlord-tenant laws in 2017 make it illegal for anyone to discriminate against another in the sale, rental, financing, or general maintenance of an accommodation based on race, nationality, creed, religion, ethnicity, sex, and family status, among a variety of other characteristics and traits. Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. understands that potential buyers and renters are entitled to purchase, rent, or finance the home they can afford without being subject to any form of discrimination.

Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. is proud to represent or defend the underdog and litigate against claims of discrimination. The firm has overcome tremendous odds in court for those who feel they have been discriminated against based solely on their personal traits. The firm fights equally hard against cases of wrongful accusation as well.

No matter the case, Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. will stand up for justice and fight for the rights of its clients. In exposing racism, sexism, ageism and all other forms of discrimination, the firm works passionately and fervently to protect its clients who have been discriminated against just as it will protect against false claims of discrimination.

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