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Library of California Employment Law Forms offers 650 pages featuring over 115 sample documents, created by attorney experts in Employment Law. First in a series of books from The Recorder.

Practical Guidance for Employment Lawyers in California: Library of California Employment Law Forms, created by attorney experts in Employment Law, offers 650 pages featuring over 115 sample documents in print and on CD in word form for simple drafting and editing. The forms may be edited to suit the unique facts and circumstances of each case. The book includes everything a lawyer needs throughout the litigation process, including demand letters, complaints, discovery requests, as well as the documents necessary for trial and appeal.

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Brand The Recorder (CA)
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ISBN 978-1-57625-562-9
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Chapter 1 New Client and Intake Forms
1-001 Welcome Letter to New Client with Retainer Agreement
1-002 Contingency Fee Retainer Agreement — Individual
1-003 Contingency Fee Retainer Agreement — Class Representative
1-004 Hourly Retainer Agreement
1-005 Co-Counseling and Fee Sharing Agreement with Client Consent
1-006 Joint Representation and Conflict Waiver
1-007 Medical Records Release Authorization
1-008 Letter Requesting Personnel File and Wage Records
1-009 Rejection Letter to Potential Client

Chapter 2 Pre-Litigation Forms
2-001 Department of Fair Employment and Housing Complaint
2-002 California Government Tort Claim
2-003 Preservation of Evidence Letter
2-004 Demand Letter
2-005 Tolling Agreement

Chapter 3 Complaints
3-001 Complaint — Breach of Contract
3-002 Complaint — Wrongful Termination in Violation of Public Policy
3-003 Complaint — Miscellaneous Tort Claims (Assault, Battery, False Imprisonment
David Lowe
David Lowe a partner at Rudy, Exelrod, Zieff & Lowe, LLP, is consistently recognized as one of the top employment lawyers in California and has received the California Lawyer Attorney of the Year (“CLAY”) Award for “extraordinary achievement” in employment law.  He has served as Chair of the Bar Association of San Francisco Labor & Employment Section and Chair of the International Bar Association Discrimination Law Committee. He specializes in international employment cases, complex litigation, and executive severance negotiations, as well as litigation and negotiation of individual employment law claims, including claims for wrongful termination, harassment, discrimination, whistleblower retaliation, unpaid commissions and bonuses, breach of contract and violation of the WARN Act, military leave, family/medical leave and wage and hour laws.
John Mullan
John Mullan an attorney at Rudy, Exelrod, Zieff & Lowe, LLP, has been a contributing author on several amicus briefs pertaining to wage and hour matters filed on behalf of the National Employment Lawyers Association, the National Employment Law Project, and the AFL-CIO. In addition, Mr. Mullan is a Supervising Attorney for the Workers’ Rights Clinic of the San Francisco Legal Aid Society-Employment Law Center, and has spoken on employment law issues for the Employment Law Center. Since August 2010, Mr. Mullan has been a contributor to the Fair Labor Standards Act treatise published by the American Bar Association Section of Labor and Employment Law.

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