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 Export to Your Calendar 7/15/2020
When: Wednesday, July 15th, 2020
12:00pm-1:00pm
Where: Online - once registered you will receive a WebEx invite the day of
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July Webinar: Marijuana and the Workplace


In the United States, the recreational use of marijuana is illegal at the federal level, but is legal in several states. In even more states, while medical marijuana is also federally illegal, there may be a duty to accommodate in relation to employee use of medical marijuana. In this interactive session, we will help navigate the intersecting laws relating to marijuana in the workplace.

Attendees will learn:

  • The legal framework affecting marijuana and the workplace, including defensible marijuana prohibitions/rules, accommodating marijuana users, and proving marijuana impairment
  • Advice about marijuana testing policies and considerations related to drug testing
  • How should an organization’s drug policies/practices address cannabis possession and use in the workplace, especially in terms of safety, performance, attendance and discipline?


Speakers:

Jeffrey Dilger

Associate

Jeffrey E. Dilger represents and counsels clients in a broad range of traditional labor matters, including:

  • Unfair labor practice proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board
  • Labor arbitration
  • Labor negotiations
  • National Labor Relations Board election petitions and campaigns

In addition to a robust labor law practice, Jeff routinely counsels clients in the ever-evolving field of federal and state drug and alcohol testing laws. Jeff’s practice includes assisting clients with all aspects of drug and alcohol testing programs, including creation, implementation and enforcement.

Grant Goerke

Associate 

Grant Goerke’s practice includes a variety of labor and employment matters.

Before joining Littler, Grant worked on employment and insurance defense cases at a mid-size firm in Minneapolis. Grant previously clerked at the Minnesota Court of Appeals for the Hon. Judges Michelle A. Larkin, Jill Flaskamp Hallbrooks, Kevin G. Ross, and Carol Hooten. During law school, he was a member of the William Mitchell Law Review.

Grant also works as a pro bono attorney with the Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota.

  


Event Fees

Non-Member $35.00
Member $15.00
Student Member $0.00

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TCSHRM has been approved for 1 SHRM and 1 HRCI credit. 

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