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Attorneys are investigating dispensaries on behalf of employees for potential labor law violations, including unpaid wages, missed breaks, and more.

Even though cannabis is illegal on a federal level, employees in the legal marijuana industry are still covered by federal and state labor protections. This means that dispensaries are still legally required to pay employees at least the minimum wage, plus time-and-a-half overtime pay. In fact, attorneys suspect that most dispensary employees—regardless of job title and salary—are owed overtime wages.

Some labor violations included in this investigation are:

  • Unpaid overtime wages
  • Having to work off the clock
  • Having to work through lunch breaks
  • Being misclassified as an independent contractor
  • Being paid a day rate without time-and-a-half pay for overtime work
  • Being paid "under the table"

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If you think your rights were violated while working at a dispensary, tell us about it. Simply fill out the form on this page to learn about your legal options and what you may be owed.

After you get in touch, a legal team will review your details and may reach out directly for more information and to answer any of your questions.

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Investigation:

Cannabis Dispensary Labor Violations

Dispensaries may be failing to properly pay employees under federal and state labor laws. Now, workers are looking to take legal action.
Learn more about this investigation and what you may be owed.

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