Navigating Through the Weeds of Fla.’s Marijuana Law in the Workplace
In November 2016, Florida voters legalized the use of medical marijuana for individuals with certain “debilitating medical conditions,” such as HIV or AIDS, PTSD and cancer, via their vote to approve Amendment 2 to the state constitution. However, marijuana, medicinal or otherwise, continues to be classified as a Schedule 1 controlled substance under federal law, i.e., an illegal substance. This dichotomy leaves Florida employers in a grey area with respect to creation of workplace policies surrounding use of medical marijuana.
The Change in LIBOR—Prepare Now as It Will Affect You and Your Business
The London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR), sometimes called “the world’s most important number,” is being completely phased out by 2021. Even with this much advance notice, every business and those professionals who advise businesses need to begin preparation now.