Free Webinar Recording hosted by EBI and Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete LLP
With the expansion of the number of Medical and Recreational Marijuana states -- most recently from the November 2016 elections -- employers may be left wondering how changes to their states' marijuana laws could impact their company policies. (Particularly if their workforce covers multiple states.)
Let's clear up that confusion. In this presentation, Tommy Eden, an attorney specializing in drug and labor laws, reviews the election outcomes and answers the big question: "What does this mean for my business?"
This recording is from the live presentation on November 30, 2016.
What You'll Learn:
- The safety-sensitive and other work-related risks associated with marijuana use
- Marijuana laws and applicable cases in the states where employees report for duty
- How to upgrade your job descriptions to include critical essential function safety language directly applicable to marijuana use
- How to make it all about safety in supervisory training
- Understand the inter-play between the ADA and workplace drug testing employer obligations
- How to put all the puzzle pieces into place to form your compliant legal strategy to effectively stand firm when dealing with marijuana in your workplace
About the Presenters:
Thomas M. Eden III
is Partner at Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, LLP. He serves as outside counsel to EBI and has developed employer policies in all 50 states and all DOT Agency modes. Tommy is a national speaker on the subject of marijuana in the workplace and many other workplace drug testing topics, including our webinar: Don’t Panic: How to Handle OSHA’s New “Reasonable Reporting Procedure” Rule.
is a news anchor and journalist with nearly 20 years of experience in front of the camera. She's worked in several markets, large and small, and has performed nearly every task needed in a newsroom. As EBI's Screening News Editor, she keeps EBI's customers and blog subscribers up-to-date on the latest screening news and legislative alerts affecting companies of all sizes.