Meals Co. Desires Pot Affected person’s NYC Discrimination Declare Axed

Law360 (Mar 5, 2021, 9:00 p.m. EST) – Compass Group USA Inc., a food service company, told a federal judge that a potential employee who was refused employment based on a positive drug test would not be discriminated against based on disability under the New York administration can enforce code because the city does not recognize that a patient is a disability.

In a memo backing a partial motion for dismissal on Thursday, Compass urged the court to veto plaintiff Christopher Scholl’s allegation of disability discrimination under the city law. Unlike state law, city law doesn’t recognize a medical marijuana certificate as a disability, the company argued.

“For legal reasons …

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