New Jersey's Medical Marijuana Law Impacts Employers

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The New Jersey Compassionate Use Medical Marijuana Act raises a slew of issues for employers that have yet to be fully explored and resolved in litigation. New Jersey employers must have an ongoing relationship with an employment lawyer. An employment lawyer can not only advise the company on workplace drug policies, but also assist the company in properly handling personnel issues so that it is not subjected to claims such as disability discrimination, breach of privacy, failure to accommodate, or wrongful termination.

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