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June 09, 2020

The D.C. Circuit dismissed as moot the government’s appeal from a district court order requiring the EEOC to undertake burdensome collection of pay data from employers. The court also remanded for consideration of whether to vacate the district court order on account of the mootness.

The U.S. Chamber led a coalition amicus brief seeking reversal of the order. The Chamber also filed two briefs opposing the collection when this case was before the District Court.

U.S. Chamber leads coalition brief urging D.C. Circuit to reverse district court judgment that (i) overturned OMB’s rejection of EEOC's burdensome new reporting requirement on employers and (ii) imposed an unreasonable timeline for compliance

August 26, 2019

Click here to view the coalition amicus brief. Camille A. Olson, Richard B. Lapp, Annette Tyman, and Andrew Cockroft of Seyfarth Shaw LLP served as co-counsel for the amici.

Previously, the U.S. Chamber filed two briefs urging rejection of the requirement when this case was before the D.C. District Court.

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