Work Zoned: Ongoing Developments in Medical and Recreational Marijuana

April 26, 2017 Seminar Materials

Doug Steinmetz and Pat Weitzman presented a webinar entitled Work Zoned: Ongoing Developments in Medical and Recreational Marijuanaon April 26, 2017. As a courtesy to those unable to attend, the slide deck and recording of the webinar are linked below. We encourage you to share this information with any colleagues who may find the program useful.

Slide Deck:

http://www.verrilldana.com/files/uploads/Images/Work-Zoned-Ongoing-Developments-in-Medical-and-Recreational-Marijuana.pdf

Stream webinar:

https://verrilldana.webex.com/verrilldana/lsr.php?RCID=2fa3a22ee3ade051a7dcb0109e5e7d7e

We also encourage you to follow Verrill Dana's Labor & Employment Group on Twitter, @HR_Attorneys. The group regularly shares information about upcoming events, updates to laws impacting human resources professionals and links to blog content featuring an in-depth analysis of current trends in HR law on the Group's blog, www.hrlawupdate.com. If you do not already receive invitations to our regular seminar and webinar events via e-mail you may request to be added to our mailing list by e-mailing Aaron Harris at [email protected].

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