FEPN: Cannabis in the Workplace pt. 2

 Summary

In this second of a two-part series on Cannabis in the Workplace, we will cover safety-sensitive positions; drug testing and drug policies, and will provide practical examples with fresh, up-to-date insight on how employers are meeting these challenges.  We will review the latest legal challenges provide practical tips your organization can use today. 

 

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Robin Taylor Symons, Esq.
Robin Taylor Symons, Esq.
Co-managing Partner
Gordon & Rees

Co-managing partner of the Miami Gordon & Rees, LLP office and a member of the Labor and Employment, Insurance, and Commercial Litigation Practice Groups. Ms. Symons’ litigation and counseling practice focuses on employment practices liability, directors and officers liability, and complex insurance coverage litigation across all lines of insurance. Ms. Symons provides legal counsel and advice to small and mid-size employers, and has served as counsel to the local state court. She has tried numerous employment and insurance coverage cases, and serves as monitoring counsel/coverage counsel for insurers nationwide.

 

Ms. Symons’ labor and employment law expertise is also provided to businesses and specialty business groups across the U.S. through Enquiron® (www.enquiron.com).

Sarah N. Turner
Sarah N. Turner
Partner
Gordon & Rees

Sarah Turner is a partner with the Employment, Labor, ERISA, and Cannabis practice groups in the Seattle and Portland office of Gordon & Rees. Her practice focuses on litigation in state and federal trial and appellate courts in the areas of employment, and group and individual life, health, and disability claims.

Ms. Turner’s practice also includes counseling, training, and representing clients on a broad range of employment law issues, including hiring, review, and termination procedures, workplace investigations, background checks, discrimination, harassment, and retaliation issues, wage and hour law, Family and Medical Leave Act issues, non-competition agreements, and compliance with COBRA and HIPAA. She drafts and updates personnel policies, workplace privacy issues, employee handbooks, drug and alcohol policies, employment agreements, trade secret issues, and non-competition agreements.

Ms. Turner’s practice with the Cannabis group includes counseling and training employers on state regulations and how to navigate their respective medicinal and recreational marijuana laws, reviewing and drafting drug and alcohol policies, and representing businesses and individuals in cannabis-related breach of contract and partnership disputes.