By Pamela Wolf, J.D.

By all accounts the opioid crisis sweeping the nation over the past several years is still in full swing. At the same time, there is a growing movement among many states to provide protections for the medical use of marijuana, and in some instances, for its recreational use as well. These trends have left employers with a morass of state and federal compliance issues that can be very challenging to manage – especially for companies with locations in multiple states.

To understand the scope of the problem and identify the most important compliance issues, Wolters Kluwer’s Employment Law Daily reached out to a panel of seasoned attorneys familiar with the many challenges that employers may face when navigating issues related to opioid and marijuana use in the workplace: John Doran, Member, Sherman & Howard L.L.C; Eric B. Meyer, Partner, Fisher-Broyles LLP; and Kathryn J. Russo, Principal, Jackson Lewis P.C.

Complete the form to download our latest labor and employment law special briefing, Workplace primer: Navigating the opioid-marijuana quagmire.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • How big is the problem?
  • State marijuana laws
  • Workplace use and abuse
  • Identifying opioid abusers
  • Dealing with drug problems
  • Interaction with the other laws
  • About drug testing
  • Being proactive
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