$100 Million Dollar Audit Loophole

$100 Million Dollar Audit Loophole – Department of Fair Employment & Housing / Irvine Company

The Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) is the state agency charged with enforcing California’s civil rights laws to protect the people of California from unlawful discrimination in Employment & Housing.

Irvine Company is a private real estate investment company governed by Chairman of the Board of Directors Donald Bren.

DFEH/Irvine Company Audit Scheme is where many DFEH (Housing Unit) complaints are referred to the Irvine Company for an Audit; where you can dismiss the complaint for an internal Audit error; California Housing has been going thru Pandemic (Covid-19) Protocols; stimulus checks, Rent reduction, and other Housing assistance programs;

The Irvine Company was a participant in a Rent reduction program until a $400 (One time Payment) lead to the Disability Discrimination Complaint;

$100 Million lawsuit has been filed to bring DFEH into federal compliance; Lawsuit is asking for Public enforcement of federal compliance of DFEH disability Complaint practices;

James Cortes: Manager of appeals in the Housing Unit is a participant in the integrated Irvine Company Audit scheme;

Federal Lawsuit (8:21-cv-00810) is asking for federal compliance of the Irvine Company for Criminal negligence of its Disability Complaint practices;

$100Million federal lawsuit for Criminal negligence of DFEH disability Complaints; The Irvine Company has already paid $175 Thousand to settle DFEH Disability discrimination housing lawsuit in 2015.

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