Law360 (April 6, 2021, 9:43 PM EDT) — Clinical lab testing giant Quest Diagnostics asked a Pennsylvania federal judge on Tuesday to dismiss claims by a former Amazon employee who saw a full-time job offer rescinded after he tested positive for cannabis despite having a medical marijuana license, slamming the claims against it as “baseless.”
Quest says it accurately reported plaintiff Nathan Miller’s drug test results to his then-employer Amazon and at no point did it violate Pennsylvania’s Medical Marijuana Act, explaining that the statute’s anti-discrimination provision only applies to employers, not testing sites.
Pennsylvania’s Medical Marijuana Act’s nondiscrimination provision is explicitly directed to employers, Quest told the court…
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