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Tarter Krinsky & Drogin's Client Cleared On National Origin Discrimination Claim

November 20, 2005

An investigation by the New York State Division of Human Rights has found that Tarter Krinsky & Drogin's client, a managing agent of a residential apartment building complex, did not violate the New York State Human Rights law when it refused to rent an apartment to an applicant. The applicant claimed that she was denied an apartment based on her national origin, in violation of New York State law. 

The Division of Human Rights agreed with the evidence presented by Tara Toevs , an Associate in the Labor and Employment Practice, that the real reason for the denial of the apartment was the applicant's poor credit history, a permitted reason under New York State Law.

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