According to the regulations, a laboratory can only report a drug test result as positive if the specimen exceeds the “cutoff concentrations” for both the initial screen and the confirmatory test. The cutoff concentration for an initial screen of marijuana is 50 ng/mL. Rodriguez claimed the report submitted by LabCorp to his employer failed to indicate whether LabCorp complied with these procedural requirements. Therefore, LabCorp “denied [him] a fair test in compliance with .
government procedures.” In deciding Rodriguez’s negligence claim, the Court held that testing laboratories owe testing subjects a duty of care, as it “is entirely foreseeable that an employee who submits a specimen for drug testing will suffer adverse effects to his or her employment if the laboratory erroneously reports a positive result.” However, the Court declined to decide the “open question” whether that duty requires strict compliance with quality control procedures. Instead, it dismissed Rodriguez’s negligence claim on the basis that the report stated clearly that LabCorp conducted an initial screen of Rodriguez’s urine specimen and that such screen exceeded the 50 ng/mL cutoff concentration. Therefore, there was no actual violation of procedure and Rodriguez’s claim could not withstand LabCorp’s motion to dismiss. Hi everyone, first i'd like to thank those of you who took the time to read the post and help me out. I have quit smoking about a month now and recently I have found out that I have to take a urine drug test at Labcorp on 5/13/13. By the time my drug test date comes, it would mean that I have not used for about 5-6 weeks. I have bought an in home drug test from CVS called First Check Home Drug Test and absolutely failed. The line that shows that a person is negative was completely blank.
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