TRIAL NEEDED TO DETERMINE IF EMPLOYER MUST ACCOMMODATE MEDICAL-MARIJUANA USER Washburn v. Columbia Forest Prods. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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TRIAL NEEDED TO DETERMINE IF EMPLOYER MUST ACCOMMODATE MEDICAL-MARIJUANA USER

Washburn v. Columbia Forest Prods.

In a case of first impression, the Oregon Court of Appeals has reversed a district court decision in favor of an employer in a case involving the medical use of marijuana by an employee in a safety-sensitive job. Because disputes over the application...
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