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Marijuana in the Workplace
Key issues and implications



October 6, 2015

Who Should Order This Homestudy

Attorneys, executives, HR and management professionals, in-house counsel and anyone else involved with marijuana and employment law and policy

Why You Should Order

At least 24 jurisdictions now have laws that legalize the use of marijuana for medical purposes. Five of those jurisdictions - Colorado, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, and the District of Columbia - also have legalized the drug for recreational use. Because state laws in this area are relatively new, most have not yet been interpreted by courts. This means there is little guidance about what the laws mean, much less any clear direction for employers that are trying to determine how to modify their employment policies to take into account the new laws. Compounding the uncertainty for employers is the fact that federal law continues to prohibit marijuana use, distribution, and possession for any reason.

In this ninety-minute, audio-only TeleBriefing our panelists will discuss the implications of medical marijuana in the workplace and provide guidance on how employers can ensure that their policies and practices comply with applicable law, particularly in Arizona and Colorado.

What You Will Learn

What Attendees Said

Agenda

Tuesday, October 06, 2015

11:00 am

Marijuana in the Workplace

Introduction & Overview

John J. Balitis, Jr., Esq., Director, Moderator
Fennemore Craig, P.C. / Phoenix, AZ

Practical Implications of Marijuana in the Workplace

Bradley H. Schleier, Esq.
Schleier Law Offices / Phoenix, AZ

Troy R. Rackham, Esq., Director
Fennemore Craig, P.C. / Denver, CO

 
12:30 pm

Q & A (for up to 30 minutes)

 


Cost

Individual rate: $195

Group rate: $130 per person attending on the same line

Financial aid is available to those who qualify. Contact our office for more information.

Continuing Education Credits

This TeleBriefing qualifies for 1.5 Washington CLE credits. For CLE credits in other states:

We will apply for credits in the following states: AK, AL, AZ, AR, CA, CT, GA, IA, ID, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA, ME, MN, MO, MS, NC, ND, NE, NH, NM, NV, NY (experienced attorneys only), OK, OR, PA, RI, SC, TN, TX, UT, VA, VT, WI, WV, and WY.

You can self-report for credits in: CO, DE, FL, HI, MT, and NJ.

CLE credits currently are not available in: DC, MA, MD, MI, OH, or SD.

If you need other types of credits, please call us at (206) 567-4490.



Cancellation

There is a $25 cancellation fee



Our Distinguished Panel

John J. Balitis, Jr., Moderator, Director, Fennemore Craig, P.C., chairs the Employment and Labor Relations Practice Group. Mr. Baltis has counseled private sector clients, government agencies, and the Arizona legislature on employment-related issues and is experienced training, conducting investigations, writing, speaking, publishing, and interacting with the media on employment law topics and developments. He is also a frequent speaker on marijuana in the workplace.

Troy R. Rackham, Director, Fennemore Craig, P.C., holds the highest rating awarded by Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory as an AV Preeminent Lawyer. Mr. Rackham's practice includes employment and civil rights law, legal and medical malpractice and other forms of complex litigation. He defends lawyers, hospitals, nursing homes, long term care facilities and other health care organizations in a wide variety of cases and claims. He has a particular focus on defending legal and health care professionals in malpractice and disciplinary actions against them.

Bradley H. Schleier, Schleier Law Offices, focuses on employment related law and represents individuals and small business in all types of employment related disputes. In addition to representing clients, Mr. Schleier also regularly lectures on employment related issues and has stayed active in labor law related matters throughout the State of Arizona. Previously, he was Chair of the State Bar's Employment and Labor Section and a former member of the Sandra Day O'Connor American Inn of Court.