On-Demand Webinar: How to Avoid Discrimination Claims When Advertising Online
1-Hour Recorded Webinar—On-Demand Webinar: How to Avoid Discrimination Claims When Advertising Online
- Originally Recorded: August 15, 2018
- Speaker: Lynn M. Wilson, Partner with Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP, in Atlanta
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Do your online ads, community website, or Facebook page convey a welcoming message? Or are there any subtle clues that might lead someone to believe you have a discriminatory preference for or against prospective renters based on their race, sex, religion, or any other characteristic protected by the Fair Housing Act?
In this one-hour webinar, attorney Lynn M. Wilson discusses how some communities have run afoul of the Fair Housing Act’s ban on discriminatory advertising online—and explains how to avoid having discrimination claims arise from your online advertising.
- What you should—and shouldn’t—put on your community’s website
- Pitfalls to avoid when posting ads on Craigslist and similar sites
- How to control online posts about your community
- What to put in a social media policy
This presentation is geared to:
- Owners of multifamily housing properties
- Managers of multifamily housing properties
- Leasing agents
- Attorneys and other rental property advisors
About the Speaker:
Lynn M. Wilson, Partner with Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP, in Atlanta
Lynn initiated and now manages the firm’s Landlord Tenant Practice. This practice area represents multifamily and commercial property owners as well as landlords and property management companies of single-family investment portfolios. Lynn handles litigation involving landlord-tenant matters; helps clients formulate best practices in the operation and management of their rental portfolios; drafts leases, addendums, forms, and notices; and presents seminars on the Fair Housing Act.
Please Note: The information contained in this webinar is provided by Vendome Real Estate Media and is intended for educational and informational purposes only, and should not be construed as legal advice or as an offer to perform legal services on any subject matter.