Earlier this week, the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia heard oral arguments on the EEOC mandate to collect expanded pay data from large employers. Recall that the Obama administration updated its EEO-1 form to require certain businesses to provide pay data broken down by race, ethnicity and gender. The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) under President Trump reversed that expansion, but was ultimately ordered to complete it by DC federal judge Tanya Chutkan. The administration appealed her order on the grounds that the plaintiffs in the original challenge lacked proper standing to bring the suit. The EEOC, absent further specific orders from the court, has announced that although it has collected the additional information for 2017 and 2018, it will not do so in future years. In other EEOC news, republican member Victoria Lipnic has announced that she will not seek re-nomination to the commission and will leave her post when her current term expires in July. Unless a replacement is confirmed by September, the EEOC could find itself lacking a quorum for the second time since last year.