private right of action

Three months ago, I posted about North Carolina’s HB2 (the transgender bathroom bill that is still garnering headlines) and that many had overlooked a big change to North Carolina’s discrimination law separate and apart from bathrooms.  As I pointed out in my prior post, lost in the protests over the bathroom issues was the fact

There has been a ton of news coverage regarding North Carolina’s new bathroom access law included within HB-2.   I’ve written several posts on bathroom access and employment litigation regarding bathroom access.  See my posts here (OSHA guidance on bathroom access), here (EEOC settlement of litigation which included bathroom access claims), here (11th Circuit Court of

Many delinquent borrowers have recently been attempting to assert claims against their loan servicers for failing to provide loan modifications under the Home Affordable Modification Program (“HAMP”), which was created by the U.S. Treasury Department as part of the Making Home Affordable Program.  The Eleventh Circuit recently considered whether a private right of action even