June 16, 2015
On June 15, 2015, the Colorado Supreme Court held that the Colorado Lawful Activity Statute does not prohibit an employer from terminating the employment of an employee for off-the-job use of medical marijuana. This decision allows Colorado employers to continue to enforce a policy of zero-tolerance for drug use inside and outside of the workplace without fear of being subjected to liability under the Colorado Lawful Activities Statute.

For an in-depth analysis on the ruling and its implications, please click here.