Welcome to Labor of Law. The Trump administration’s hardline immigration stance has left employers scrambling to keep up with the additional scrutiny and changing rules when it comes to hiring foreign workers. Plus: I was in court in Washington when a judge scolded DOJ and the EEOC over their delay in reinstating the Obama-era expanded EEO-1 pay-data rule. There’s a Wall Street MeToo case moving toward trial, and scroll down for our latest Who Got the Work roundup.

I’m Erin Mulvaney in Washington, and I want to take a moment here and say thanks to everyone for reading Labor of Law. I’m leaving for a new reporting gig in D.C., but you can still follow me on Twitter @erinmulvaney. Tips and feedback for Labor of Law are welcome and appreciated! Contact Mike Scarcella in Washington at [email protected] and on Twitter @MikeScarcella.

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