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Marijuana Legalization Presents Predicament for Employees

Marijuana Legalization Presents Predicament for Employees

Liza Getches, partner at Moye White and Danielle Urban, partner at Fisher & Phillips, were featured in an article on Mainstreet.com: “Marijuana Legalization Presents Predicament for Employers.” Ellen Chang writes: Partaking in smoking marijuana where it is legal recreationally is now a viable option for…

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Marijuana Companies Try to Protect the Intellectual Property of Their Pot Brands

Marijuana Companies Try to Protect the Intellectual Property of Their Pot Brands

Moye White partner, Charles Luce, was quoted extensively in an article on mainstreet.com: “Marijuana Companies Try to Protect the Intellectual Property of Their Pot Brands.” Ellen Chang of MainStreet writes: Owners of small marijuana product or service companies should consider obtaining a trademark for their…

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A Commentary On Social Media In The Legal Profession

A Commentary On Social Media In The Legal Profession

Matt Givner of Agency 33 had a piece published on LawWeek Colorado online. As social networks have become an increasingly integral part of our daily lives, organizations across industries have eagerly taken to these platforms as a new way to spread their marketing messages and…

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Advice on workplace drug policies in states where marijuana is legal

Advice on workplace drug policies in states where marijuana is legal

Fisher & Phillips partner, Danielle Urban, has an article featured on Expert Beacon: “Advice on workplace drug policies in states where marijuana is legal.” “20 states and the District of Columbia permit the medicinal use of marijuana, and two states have legalized the recreational use of marijuana….

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Can An Employee Be High On The Job?

Can An Employee Be High On The Job?

by Ryan Warner It seems pretty straightforward: An employee comes to work high, and they’re fired. Even with marijuana being legal in Colorado, businesses still have the right to make that call. It says so in Amendment 64. And a recent court ruling affirms a…

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Inside Intel? One worker says he found harassment

Inside Intel? One worker says he found harassment

By Al Lewis DENVER (MarketWatch) — Henry Palacio, a 50-year-old Intel Corp. employee in Rio Rancho, N.M., was busy making chips last summer when one of his co-workers stuck a “kick me” sign on his back. He thought he’d felt something. He asked a safety…

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Attorneys: Colorado marijuana ruling should ease employers’ concerns

Attorneys: Colorado marijuana ruling should ease employers’ concerns

Colorado employers should feel more secure in enforcing their drug policies against marijuana use after the Colorado Court of Appeals held recently that an employee can be fired for testing positive for medical marijuana — even if that use occurred offsite and was legal under state law,…

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High-flying attorney keeps his feet far from the ground

High-flying attorney keeps his feet far from the ground

Lisa Wirthman, Special to the Business Journal The journey to becoming a competitive aerobatic pilot began in Chris Leach’s imagination. “When you’re a kid and you’re playing with your little model planes, you make them do loops and you fly upside down,” said Leach, an attorney…

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