Spring 2019 Breakfast Briefing (Upstate) - Marijuana Legalization: Impacts on the Workplace

April 2, 2019 - April 30, 2019

A growing list of states has approved the use of medical marijuana and now for recreational use as well. Governor Cuomo has stated that full legalization of marijuana in New York State is a priority for 2019. As of this writing, the Legislature is debating the terms for legalization. These developments raise complex issues for employers. In this Breakfast Briefing, we will address the workplace issues raised by legalization, including:

  • How do employers reconcile conflicting state and federal law requirements?
  • What is the impact on employee drug testing programs and employee conduct policies?
  • How will marijuana usage be treated under the NY Labor Law?
  • What reasonable accommodation obligations exist for certified medical marijuana users?

Join us for this timely and important Breakfast Briefing offered across New York State.


Dates and Locations:

Albany • April 18
Albany Marriott

Buffalo • April 30
Buffalo Marriott Harborcenter

Corning • April 11
Radisson Hotel Corning

Johnson City • April 10
Traditions at the Glen

New Hartford • April 9
Homewood Suites

Niagara Falls • April 17
Four Points by Sheraton

Poughkeepsie • April 16
Villa Borghese

Rochester • April 3 - SOLD OUT
Bond's Rochester Office
NEW DATE ADDED • April 24
Bond's Rochester Office
See separate registration link below.

Saratoga Springs • April 2
Saratoga National Golf Club

Syracuse • April 4
DoubleTree by Hilton

Watertown • April 30
Hilton Garden Inn 

Agenda:
8 - 8:30 a.m. - Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:30 - 10 a.m. - Program

Registration Fees Per Person:
$40 Bond Clients; $50 Other Invitees
Refunds will only be made for cancellations received at least five business days before event. 

Credits:
1.5 General HRCI Credits 
1.5 SHRM PDCs

Register:
Clients   |   Non-Clients
For the April 24 Rochester date - register here: Clients | Non-Clients

This event is intended for the invited guests of Bond, Schoeneck & King PLLC. Bond reserves the right to deny admission to any registrant.