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[Video] Avoid Legal Pitfalls: California's Cannabis Testing in 2024

March 1st, 2024 | 1 min. read

By Jason T. Yu

Avoid Legal Pitfalls: California's Cannabis Testing in 2024


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Recent updates to California's cannabis laws have raised questions about employee testing, with concerns about the availability of THC-specific urine tests. In our latest webinar excerpt, an expert addresses the challenges businesses face in complying with these new regulations.

Drivers and Department of Transportation Regulations

For drivers, compliance is nuanced. Their testing requirements can differ based on whether they travel interstate or stay within California. The Department of Transportation sets the standards for testing, often mandating urine tests.

Innovations in Cannabis Testing

Innovative testing methods, such as cannabis breathalyzers, are emerging, offering new ways to measure THC levels in the body. These advancements could change how companies approach compliance and testing.

The Risks of Random Testing

While testing methods evolve, companies must tread carefully with random drug tests, which can be viewed as discriminatory. It's essential for businesses to seek expert advice before implementing such testing protocols to ensure they do not infringe on employee rights or face legal repercussions.

Expert Advice for Compliance

The webinar snippet with Jason Yu provides insight into the complexity of cannabis law compliance. To gain a comprehensive understanding and ensure your company remains compliant while respecting employees' rights, watch the full webinar.

For a deeper dive into the intricacies of these laws and practical advice on navigating them, follow the link to watch the entire webinar.


This video is not intended to be exhaustive nor should any discussion or opinions be construed as legal advice. Viewers should contact legal counsel for legal advice.