I wrote about an unusual dispute between the EEOC and a San Antonio law firm where the EEOC sought enforcement of an administrative subpoena seeking law firm records in connection with a charge of discrimination filed by a former employee of the firm. You can read that post here.
Well, like Spring itself that blows in like a lion and out like a lamb, the law firm has provided the information sought by the EEOC subpoena and the EEOC has requested dismissal of its application to enforce the administrative subpoena (which has been granted). Much ado about nothing after all. You can review the EEOC’s Motion to Dismiss here.