Happy Thursday, and welcome to Labor of Law. The EEOC now will return to a three-member quorum on the confirmation of former Burlington Stores general counsel Janet Dhillon. The D.C. Circuit just docketed the EEOC’s appeal in the pay-data collection case in Washington—we’ll closely track developments. Will Dhillon’s arrival change the agency’s course on pay-data? Plus: Washington state passed a law limiting noncompetes; Uber faces a growing arbitration docket; the new Littler Mendelson employer survey is out, and much more. I’m Mike Scarcella in Washington and you can reach me at [email protected] and on Twitter @MikeScarcella. Thanks for reading!

 

EEOC Appeals Pay-Data Collection Order

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