Airbnb blocks crackdown law in New York City

Airbnb has won a key legal battle in New York City against officials who were trying to curb its activity in the city. Judge Paul A. Engelmayer of the federal district court in Manhattan blocked a new law that was set to take effect in February, which was designed to curtail what authorities say are

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Texas court rules that the FHFA is “unconstitutionally structured”

The leadership structure of the Federal Housing Finance Agency, the body that runs Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, has been ruled unconstitutional by a federal appeals court in Texas.

Airbnb wins legal case against big property landlord Aimco

A Californian judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed against the property rental provider Airbnb, which claimed that it was deliberately incentivizing people to breach their property leases.

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