Good afternoon Labor of Law readers. Welcome back. Breaking: We heard today from the DC judge in the EEOC pay-data collection case—check out our just-published story about the new deadline, and remarks from the judge. Meanwhile, some early commentary on the Supreme Court granting cert in the Title VII sexual orientation and gender identity cases. Plus: Who’s snagging dinner time with Labor Secretary Alex Acosta? Scroll down for the guest list, and more—including Who Got the Work and our weekly moves roundup. I’m Mike Scarcella in Washington, and you can reach me at [email protected]. Follow me on Twitter @MikeScarcella.

 

SCOTUS, Sans Kennedy, Returns to LGBT Cases

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