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Marijuana in the NJ Workplace: What Now?
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This webinar will allow you to ask real-time questions to the panel of experts on topics including:

• Recreational use of marijuana & medical marijuana in NJ
• How employers should respond to the referendum on marijuana
• Impairment & other work-related performance issues
• Drug-Testing for marijuana
• Revising drug-free workplace policies & procedures

May 3, 2021 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Stephen E. Trimboli, Esq
Partner @Trimboli & Prusinowski
Steve specializes in labor and employment law on behalf of management, representing public and private sector employers in the full range of labor and employment law issues. His practice also includes administrative law, occupational safety and health law, pension law disputes, appeals, wage and hour law, and EEO compliance. He is a member of the New Jersey Chapter of the Federal Bar Association, and regularly reports on labor and employment law developments in the Third Circuit. Steve is admitted to practice in New Jersey, the District of Columbia, the New Jersey Federal District Court, the Second and Third Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court.
Lauren Marcus, Esq.
Shareholder @Littler Mendelson P.C.
Lauren represents and advises employers in various aspects of employment law and regularly advises and counsels clients on a wide array of day-to-day concerns, including leaves of absence issues, wage and hour questions and handbooks and policies. Lauren’s practice focuses on advice regarding leaves of absence and accommodations under both state and federal law, and paid sick leave. Lauren has represented employers in a variety of matters in both New Jersey and New York state and federal courts and before governmental agencies.
Brian Pete, Esq.
Partner @Lewis Brisbois
Brian Pete is a partner in the New York and Newark offices of Lewis Brisbois and a member of the Labor & Employment, Complex Business & Commercial Litigation, and Professional Liability Practices. He has significant experience representing businesses in employment related matters involving discrimination, retaliation, harassment ,and violations of wage and hour laws. Mr. Pete assists clients in navigating the complex array of federal, state, and local employment laws by advising on employment agreements, terminations, investigations, severance agreements, and proper classification of employees under the Fair Labor Standards Act.