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Staying Compliant in 2020 and Beyond - Drug Testing, Marijuana, and CBD Laws & Trends

Bracewell Partner Robert Nichols tackled the layers of drug testing laws and regulations affecting employers. Our webinar explored trends we see across the country and explain how to stay complaint no matter where your business operates. Special emphasis was given to the intersection between drug testing and the rapidly developing marijuana and CBD (Cannabidiol) industries. Through this webinar you will learn:

  • How single-state and multi-state employers can keep up with the laws, regulations, and trends impacting workplace drug testing

  • How the evolving legal landscapes governing marijuana and hemp impact employers and employers' ability to drug test

  • Strategies to deal with shifting norms and laws governing workforce drug use and off-duty conduct

  • Best practices for drafting or revising your company's drug testing policy and implementing procedures that will protect your business in 2020 and beyond

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Robert Nichols, employer litigation attorney, bracewell law firm, lawyer harassment claims, wrongful discharge case, occupational safety issues
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Robert Nichols represents employers in litigation, administrative actions and arbitrations concerning discrimination and retaliation, harassment, wrongful discharge, occupational safety and health, union-management relations, wage and hour matters, and other concerns related to employment. Mr. Nichols has defended more than 200 employment-related lawsuits in federal and state court, represented employers in more than 300 federal and state agency employment discrimination investigations, and handled numerous Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) cases,...

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