It’s 4:20 p.m. - Time for Your Employees’ Marijuana Break

  • Room: Brera Ballroom 6
  • Session Number: LAW6
Tuesday, March 06, 2018: 1:30 PM - 2:45 PM


Dana Kravetz
Firm Managing Partner
Michelman & Robinson, LLP
Kara Maciel
Chair, Labor Employment Practice
Conn Maciel Carey PLLC


To date, 26 states and the District of Columbia have legalized medical marijuana, and eight states (plus D.C.) permit its recreational use. The upshot: As marijuana laws become more liberal and usage becomes more pervasive, hotels and resorts must address the emergent issue of marijuana in the workplace and the legal implications of employee use. Must employers make accommodations for employees with valid marijuana prescriptions, allowing them to use the drug on the job? Hear solutions to these and other accommodation issues, with a look at recent court opinions.


Learning Objectives

- Identify important workplace policies regarding marijuana
- Review the evolving law as it pertains to medical marijuana and associated workplace accommodations
- Train managers and supervisors to deal with marijuana use by employees on and off the job

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