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Caught Up in the Weed: Impact of State Cannabis Laws on Employers

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Date Published

September 15, 2020


Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis


Cannabis Law, Employment Law


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Learn how Missouri and Illinois cannabis laws impact employers in those states.

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Colin J. Pajida
Associate - Thompson Coburn LLP

Colin counsels management and HR directors on hiring, discipline and termination decisions and employment policy creation and... Read More

Spenser W. Owens
Thompson Coburn LLP - Associate

Spenser assists lenders, owners, and developers in a wide variety of real estate-related transactional matters, including... Read More

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