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No Chain-of-Custody Issue for Drug-Test Firing (access required)

An employee fired after she tested positive for marijuana is barred from receiving unemployment benefits under Va. Code Sec. 60.2-618(2)(b)(1) even though the document showing the chain of custody for the employee’s random drug test was submitted after the telephonic hearing on her claim; the Court of Appeals upholds the circuit court decision. The employer argued ...

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