Navigating Marijuana Laws in the Workplace
The landscape of marijuana laws has changed considerably over the last few years, so much so that a recent Forbes article, declared that marijuana won the midterm elections. It seems each year more and more states are changing their laws with respect to marijuana and its uses. Michigan is the tenth state to legalize recreational marijuana and the first state in the Midwest to do so. Missouri and Utah joined 31 other states in legalizing the use of medical marijuana. This leaves companies in the position of navigating a mixed bag of state marijuana policies. During this webinar, Christina Stoneburner, Partner, Labor & Employment, Fox Rothschild LLP will address the different state laws that impact a company’s drug policy and will share best practices for hiring and drug testing to keep up with the times while also maintaining a safe working environment.
Continuing Education Credits
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For this event:
Participants will earn approximately 1.0 CPE credit
Fields of Study: Business Law
The delivery method is Group Internet Based
Questions & Contact
Christina is a member of Fox Rothschild's Labor & Employment Department. She counsels clients on complying with applicable federal and state laws and developing strategies to avoid liability. Christina also provides training to clients on a variety of topics, including reasonable suspicion drug testing, sexual and other types of harassment, FMLA leave, compliance with the ADA and state anti-discrimination laws, disciplining/evaluating employees, diversity, and workplace violence.
In addition to the preventative counseling and training she provides, Christina represents employers throughout the United States in federal and state courts and administrative tribunals in cases alleging violations of the FMLA, sexual harassment, race, national origin, gender, disability and religious discrimination. She also has experience litigating matters involving restrictive covenants, including non-competition agreements. Her representations have included numerous retail, manufacturing and service companies; hospitals and medical service providers; and commercial lending institutions.