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Law firms, tech companies and accounting giants have faced massive class action lawsuits by women who claim unequal treatment and pay.

Pay equity litigation came greater in focus in 2018, and that trend is expected to continue into the new year.

The U.S. Supreme Court is expected soon to announce whether the justices will hear a dispute over whether employers can use an applicant’s prior salary to justify paying men and women differently for the same jobs. State and local governments in 2018 took more steps to boost pay equality, posing more compliance headaches for national companies.

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