Julie Levinson Werner comments in a WHYY article discussing a case pending before the New Jersey Supreme Court that addresses whether an employee with cancer may bring a disability discrimination claim against his employer for terminating him after he tested positive for medical marijuana. Earlier this year, a New Jersey appeals court found that the employee set forth a claim against the company for disability discrimination. In commenting about medical marijuana use by employees, Werner states, “If they’re impaired during the day while they’re working, certainly that’s of concern. [But] I think really companies are focused on whether or not employees can do their jobs.”