The bench trial for Connecticut Fair Housing Center, et al. v. CoreLogic Rental Property Solutions began this month. The tenant-screening company is being sued for discrimination under the Fair Housing Act. The case came into the national spotlight amid growing concerns that tenant-screening algorithms discriminate against people of color. The litigation seems to ensure that CoreLogic RPS and all tenant-screening companies follow fair housing requirements when they functionally make rental decisions on behalf of landlords and use criminal records as part of the rental criteria.