Brewing more trouble for workplace drug testing, the National Labor Relations Board has held a New York beer distributor violated the National Labor Relations Act by denying its driver helper, who reported to work with his clothes “reek[ing] of the smell of marijuana” and with “glassy” and “bloodshot” eyes, and was directed to take a drug test immediately despite requesting representation by his union steward, his right to union representation at an “investigatory interview” (the drug test) about his possible substance abuse. The Board also found the employer had unlawfully discharged the employee for refusing to take the test in the absence of his union steward. Manhattan Beer Distributors, LLC, 362 NLRB No. 192 (August 27, 2015). For more on this important decision, visit our Drug and Alcohol Testing Law Advisor blog.