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The Wagner Law Group

The Wagner Law Group is a nationally recognized practice in the areas of ERISA and employee benefits, estate planning, employment, labor and human resources and investment management.


Established in 1996, The Wagner Law Group is dedicated to the highest standards of integrity, excellence and thought leadership and is considered to be amongst the nation's premier ERISA and employee benefits law firms. The firm has seven offices across the country, providing unparalleled legal advice to its clients, including large, small and nonprofit corporations as well as individuals and government entities worldwide. The Wagner Law Group's 29 attorneys, senior benefits consultant and four paralegals combine many years of experience in their fields of practice with a variety of backgrounds. Seven of the attorneys are AV-rated by Martindale-Hubbell and six are Fellows of the American College of Employee Benefits Counsel, an invitation-only organization of nationally recognized employee benefits lawyers.  Seven of the firm's attorneys have been named to the prestigious Super Lawyers list for 2017, which highlights outstanding lawyers based on a rigorous selection process.




Contact Info

The Wagner Law Group


  Integrity | Excellence



Tel: (617) 357-5200 

Fax: (617) 357-5250 

99 Summer Street 

13th Floor

Boston, MA 02110


Washington, D.C.

Tel: (202) 969-2800


Fax: (202) 969-2568

 800 Connecticut Avenue, N.W.

Suite 810

Washington, D.C. 20006



Tel: (847) 990-9034

Fax: (847) 557-1312

190 South LaSalle Street

Suite 2100

Chicago, IL 60603



Palm Beach Gardens 

Tel: (561) 293-3590
Fax: (561) 293-3591
7108 Fairway Drive
Suite 125
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418



Tel: (813) 603-2959

Fax: (813) 603-2961

101 East Kennedy Boulevard

Suite 2140
Tampa, FL  33602 


San Francisco

Tel: (415) 625-0002

Fax: (415) 358-8300

300 Montgomery Street

Suite 600

San Francisco, CA 94104


St. Louis

Tel: (314) 236-0065

Fax: (314) 236-5743
25 W. Moody Avenue
St. Louis, MO  63119 








Update Regarding EEOC

Reporting Requirements

September 6, 2017




The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ("EEOC") released an updated EEO-1 reporting form in August of 2016, which requires covered employers to provide employee pay data beginning in March 2018. The employer pay data was intended to provide information that would improve EEOC investigations into pay discrimination based on gender, race and ethnicity.


The Office of Management and Budget ("OMB") has now initiated a review which will delay the implementation of this new reporting requirement. In response, the EEOC announced that the previously approved EEO-1 form which collects data by occupational category will remain in effect. Employers, therefore, are not required to include employee pay data on their EEO-1 Forms, and should use the earlier approved EEO-1 (Component 1).


This delay should not be taken as a signal that pay equity is no longer a concern. The EEOC's current strategic enforcement plan continues to focus on gender-based pay equity. Therefore, as a practical matter, employers should continue to focus on pay equity in the workplace. Those employers who have started the process of collecting employee pay data should consider completing the data collection, and analyzing it to determine if any pay-equity discrepancies exist in the workplace. Findings and corrective actions, if required, should be carefully documented in the event of a governmental investigation or private legal action.


If you have any questions, please feel free to contact David Gabor at dgabor@wagnerlawgroup.com.




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