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Top Ten Things to Know About Nevada's Question 2

The Basics: Question 2 is an indirect initiated state statute (the “Act”). Question 2 legalizes the possession, purchase, transportation and consumption of one ounce or less of marijuana (and one-eighth of an ounce or less of...more

NLRB Rules 'Vulgar' Union Buttons Allowed

In our prior alerts, we notified you of the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) recent decisions clarifying when, in the current board's estimation, an employer violates Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act...more

Colorado Supreme Court Ruling on Employee Marijuana Use Has National Implications

In a much anticipated decision, the Colorado Supreme Court reaffirmed an employer’s right to enforce its drug policy even against a medical marijuana user. Because the court’s decision on Coats v. Dish Network, LLC is rooted...more

NLRB General Counsel Releases Memorandum on Unlawful Employer Policies

In our prior alert, we notified you of the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) decision to overturn an administrative law judge’s (ALJ) ruling, finding that a confidentiality agreement had violated employee rights under...more

How New Marijuana Laws Will Impact the Hospitality Industry

On Feb. 10, 2015, Bill Berger and Matt Arentsen led a roundtable discussion at the Hospitality Law Conference in Houston, Texas. Speakers and attendees at the conference represented a broad spectrum of hospitality industry...more

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