OH Privacy Case Ruling

Private company workers, who provide drug test urine samples under direct observation, can’t sue over invasion of privacy, a divided Ohio Supreme Court rules. The bench’s 4-3 decision overturns a lower-court ruling, siding with two former employees of a plastic housewares company in northeast Ohio. The company says the employees lost their right to sue when they agreed to the test under the company’s substance abuse policy. The employees unsuccessfully argued that Ohio law recognizes a right to unreasonable invasion of privacy.

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