PAY DAY - In a closely watched labor and employment case with broad implications, U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan in D.C. federal court is expected to rule from the bench today on the deadline for the EEOC to collect a broad scope of pay data from companies with more than 100 employees. Chutkan last month reinstated the Obama-era pay-data rule, which requires large employers to provide pay information based on gender, race and ethnicity, after concluding the Trump administration unlawfully scuttled it. Business advocates have complained the rule is burdensome and that the data could be misinterpreted.
EXPANSION MODE - Big Four accounting giant EY has spent the past 12 months building up its legal arm in Hong Kong and Singapore, and as John Kang reports, it is now looking to broaden its reach in Southeast Asia with plans to add a technology practice. EY is expected to launch new legal services operations in Indonesia and Malaysia, locations that are among the five largest economies of the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations.
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