TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Kate Prince on Oct 16, 2020

A hearing date has been scheduled in the federal lawsuit against the United States over the national eviction moratorium, the Associated Press reports. Seven Memphis landlords filed the suit, claiming the order infringes on their rights as property owners. They will make their case in front of a federal judge on Oct. 30 at 10 a.m. CDT. Several similar cases across the country have recently been dismissed, but Glankler Brown attorneys S. Joshua Kahane and Aubrey B. Greer say they are confident they’ll be successful in showing the moratorium violates not only property rights but also federal regulations.