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1 General HRCI Credit!
A review of Ohio's new medical marijuana enactment, its consequences for Ohio employers, its relationship to Federal law, and developments in other states which can suggest future developments in Ohio.
- What is the status and requirements of Ohio's medical marijuana legislation?
- How does it impact Ohio disability law?
- What are the implications of Ohio law considering marijuana is illegal under federal law?
- What developments have taken place in other states which can suggest the adoption of proper policies for Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana employers?
Mark represents employers in all aspects of labor and employment law, including litigation for employers in the federal and state courts involving wrongful discharge, sexual harassment, race and age discrimination, retaliatory discharge and wage and hour matters. He is experienced in trade secret and non-competition agreement litigation.
Mark has extensive experience negotiating collective bargaining agreements in the broadcast, music, automotive, soft drink beverage, plastics, logistics, distributing, dairy and paper working industries and for public sector employers, including hospitals, the Cincinnati Public Schools and the University of Cincinnati. He has primary responsibility for all aspects of NLRB proceedings, strike preparedness, including coordination of security measures, obtaining injunctions against mass picketing and violence, pursuing contempt orders, initiating criminal prosecutions, coordinating the hiring of a replacement workforce and defending management in related proceedings.
RSVP by: May 14, 2018
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