Ruling claims Connecticut drug testing laws apply only to urinalysis drug tests
Tags : Drug Testing
The ruling was made in the case of Schofield v. Loureiro Engineering Associates, Inc., in which the plaintiff was terminated as a result of a pre-employment hair analysis drug test – a practice that he claimed was a violation of state drug testing laws.
According to the lawfirm Jackson Lewis, the court concluded that several state statutes supported the plaintiff’s claims. You can read more about the case by clicking here.
Source: Jackson Lewis PC, 6/19/2015
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