Welcome back to Inside Track! Forty percent of GCs and in-house attorneys believe they will need to dedicate more resources to handling how they deal with employee use of cannabis as the market continues to grow, according to a white paper published by Shook, Hardy & Bacon last week.

“There is a developing body of case law and an evolving spectrum of statutes regarding off-duty use of marijuana and CBD,” Michael Barnett, a partner at Shook, Hardy & Bacon in Kansas City, Missouri, said.

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