Minnesota Drug Testing Law.com
A website devoted to Minnesota drug and alcohol testing legal developments
Your source for Minnesota workplace drug testing information
The State of Minnesota has adopted one of the most restrictive drug and alcohol testing statutes in the country.

If you are an employer, you should become familiar with Minnesota's strict legal requirements before conducting drug or alcohol testing of any job applicants or employees.  Most of these requirements can be found in the Minnesota Drug & Alcohol Testing in the Workplace Act, Minn. Stat. § 181.950 et seq. Drug testing in the workplace is legally tricky.

As an employer, you may also be covered by U.S. Department of transportation drug and alcohol testing regulations for "safety sensitive" transportation employees.  Commercial truck drivers are the largest group of employees covered by these DOT regulations.  The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration ("FMCSA") oversees the implementation of the mandatory drug and alcohol testing rules for commercial drivers and their employers, located at 49 C.F.R. Part 382.

If you are an employee, you have legal rights surrounding your Minnesota drug or alcohol test, whether administered under the company's own policy ("Non-DOT Testing") or pursuant to federal DOT regulations ("DOT Testing").

Whether you are an employer or employee, this website contains valuable information about the laws governing workplace drug and alcohol testing in the State of Minnesota.

The sponsor of this website is Trepanier MacGillis Battina P.A. law firm located in Minneapolis, Minnesota.  The firm's founding shareholder, Craig W. Trepanier, was an early pioneer in the drug and alcohol testing legal field and has practiced extensively in the area of drug and alcohol testing law since 1994 on behalf of both employers and employees in the State of Minnesota, throughout the Midwest, and around the country.

The firm offers a two (2) hour case evaluation and initial legal consultation for the flat fee of $500.  During this consultation, we will help review any issue related to drug and alcohol testing law, for employees or employers.  Click here to review the Terms and Conditions of our Initial Minnesota Drug Testing Legal Consultation Policy and to schedule a consultation.

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Minnesota drug testing attorney Craig W. Trepanier of the law firm of Trepanier MacGillis Battina P.A. in Minneapolis, Minnesota, represents employers and employees in the Twin Cities and Greater Minnesota in Minnesota workplace drug and alcohol testing legal matters, including Department of Transportation (DOT) drug and alcohol testing, 49 C.F.R. Part 40, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) drug and alcohol testing, 49 C.F.R. Part 382, Non-DOT drug and alcohol testing, Minnesota pre-employment drug testing, Minnesota job applicant drug testing, Minnesota reasonable suspicion drug testing, Minnesota random drug testing, Minnesota routine physical examination drug testing, Minnesota post-accident drug testing, Minnesota treatment program drug testing, Minnesota return-to-duty drug testing, Minnesota follow-up drug testing, Minnesota drug tests, Minnesota alcohol tests, Minnesota  false positive drug tests, Minnesota wrongful discharge, Minnesota wrongful termination, Minnesota illegal drug tests, Minnesota unlawful drug tests, invasion of privacy, unlawful disclosure of Minnesota drug test results, violation of Minnesota drug testing laws, Minnesota Drug & Alcohol Testing in the Workplace Act, Minn. Stat. 181.950, Minnesota Lawful Consumable Products Act, Minn. Stat. 181.198, Minnesota drug testing policy and policies, Minnesota alcohol testing policy and policies, Minnesota drug testing law, Minnesota drug testing lawsuits, and Minnesota drug testing litigation.  Minnesota drug testing attorney Craig W. Trepanier represents clients in Minneapolis, St. Paul, Apple Valley, Blaine, Bloomington, Brainerd, Brooklyn Park, Burnsville, Coon Rapids, Duluth, Eagan, Eden Prairie, Edina, Lakeville, Mankato, Maple Grove, Minnetonka, Moorhead, Plymouth, Richfield, Rochester, St. Cloud, Stillwater, Twin Cities, Woodbury and other cities within the State of Minnesota (MN) (Minn.).