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Bryan Mazzola and Russell Edwards represented two individual employees of a Cooperative in New York City, in a case of discrimination before the New York State Division of Human Rights. The Complainant accused the two employees of housing discrimination based on his race/ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation and disability. After several months of investigation, the New York State Division of Human Rights issued a “No Probable Cause” determination with respect to the Complainant’s claims. Mr. Mazzola and Mr. Edwards were successfully able to show that the Complainant demonstrated consistent nuisance-like and hazardous behavior throughout the time that he lived as a tenant at the Coop, and that the individual employees never engaged in any acts of discrimination toward the Complainant.