Library of California Employment Law Forms

  • ID: 4472292
  • Book
  • Region: United States
  • 565 Pages
  • ALM Media, LLC
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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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Chapter 1 New Client and Intake Forms1-001 Welcome Letter to New Client with Retainer Agreement1-002 Contingency Fee Retainer Agreement — Individual1-003 Contingency Fee Retainer Agreement — Class Representative1-004 Hourly Retainer Agreement1-005 Co-Counseling and Fee Sharing Agreement with Client Consent1-006 Joint Representation and Conflict Waiver1-007 Medical Records Release Authorization1-008 Letter Requesting Personnel File and Wage Records1-009 Rejection Letter to Potential Client Chapter 2 Pre-Litigation Forms2-001 Department of Fair Employment and Housing Complaint2-002 California Government Tort Claim2-003 Preservation of Evidence Letter2-004 Demand Letter2-005 Tolling Agreement Chapter 3 Complaints3-001 Complaint — Breach of Contract3-002 Complaint — Wrongful Termination in Violation of Public Policy3-003 Complaint — Miscellaneous Tort Claims (Assault, Battery, False Imprisonment, Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress)3-004 Complaint — Fraud and Related Claims3-005 Complaint — Defamation and Related Claims3-006 Complaint — Invasion of Privacy3-007 Complaint — Fair Employment and Housing Act Violations (Gender Discrimination, Sex Harassment and Retaliation)3-008 Complaint — Fair Employment and Housing Act Violations (Age Discrimination)3-009 Complaint — Fair Employment and Housing Act Violations (National Origin Discrimination and Retaliation)3-010 Complaint — Fair Employment and Housing Act Violations (Race and Disability Discrimination, Wrongful Termination in Violation of Public Policy)3-011 Complaint — California Family Rights Act Claims3-012 Complaint — Unruh Act Civil Rights Violations3-013 Complaint — Labor Code Violations (Wage Violations)3-014 Complaint — Labor Code Violations (Retaliation)3-015 Complaint — Private Attorneys General Act Claims3-016 Complaint — Unfair Competition Law Claims3-017 Complaint — Class Action Allegations Chapter 4 Discovery Forms4-001 Interrogatories (Wage and Hour)4-002 Interrogatories (Age Discrimination)4-003 Interrogatories (Disability Discrimination)4-004 Interrogatories (Breach of Contract)4-005 Interrogatories (National-Origin Discrimination)4-006 Request for Admissions (Wage and Hour)4-007 Request for Production of Documents (Age Discrimination)4-008 Request for Production of Documents (Wage and Hour)4-009 Request for Production of Documents (Disability Discrimination)4-010 Request for Production of Documents (Breach of Contract)4-011 Request for Production of Documents (National-Origin Discrimination)4-012 Notice of Deposition4-013 Notice of Deposition — Person Most Knowledgeable4-014 Deposition Subpoena for Non-Party4-015 Deposition Subpoena Duces Tecum4-016 Notice of Deposition (Expert Witness)4-017 Letter to Witness Forwarding Deposition Subpoena4-018 Supplemental Interrogatories4-019 Supplemental Request for Production of Documents4-020 Motion to Issue a Commission for Out-of-State Discovery4-021 Letter to Client Regarding Discovery Requests4-022 Answers to Interrogatories4-023 Responses to Requests for Production of Documents4-024 Objections to Notice of Deposition4-025 Meet and Confer Letter Regarding Discovery Dispute4-026 Demand for Expert Witness Disclosure4-027 Expert Witness Disclosure and Declaration Chapter 5 Motions5-001 Demurrer5-002 Motion to Strike (Slapp)5-003 Motion to Amend Complaint5-004 Motion to Compel Further Discovery Responses5-005 Motion for Protective Order5-006 Motion to Seal Pleadings5-007 Stipulated Protective Order5-008 Motion to Quash Subpoena for Consumer (Employment) Records5-009 Motion to Quash Subpoena for Medical Records5-010 Motion for Class Certification5-011 Motion for Summary Judgment5-012 Separate Statement in Support of Motion for Summary Judgment5-013 Opposition to Motion for Summary Judgment5-014 Response to Separate Statement in Support of Motion for Summary Judgment5-015 Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings5-016 Stipulation to Continue Hearing Date5-017 Motion for Trial Plan5-018 Motion to Continue Trial Date5-019 Motion in Limine (Example 1)5-020 Motion in Limine (Example 2)5-021 Motion in Limine (Example 3)5-022 Motion in Limine (Example 4)5-023 Motion for Judgment Notwithstanding the Verdict5-024 Motion for New Trial5-025 Request for Dismissal5-026 Motion for Award of Attorneys’ Fees and Costs5-027 Motion to Tax or Strike Costs Chapter 6 Trial Forms6-001 Letter to Witnesses Regarding Trial Date6-002 Letter Enclosing Trial Subpoena6-003 Notice to Appear At Trial6-004 Witness List6-005 Jury Questionnaire6-006 Voir Dire Questions6-007 Plaintiff’s Jury Instructions (Proposed)6-008 Verdict Form—General6-009 Verdict Form—Special6-010 Plaintiff’s Request for Statement of Decision6-011 Plaintiff’s Proposed Statement of Decision6-012 Judgment6-013 Memorandum of Costs Chapter 7 Settlement Forms7-001 Notice of Settlement7-002 Confidential Settlement Agreement and General Release of Claims Chapter 8 Class Action Forms8-001 Notice of Class Action8-002 Motion for Preliminary Approval of Class Action Settlement8-003 [Proposed] Order Granting Plaintiffs’ Motion for Preliminary Approval of Class Action Settlement8-004 Notice of Class Action Settlement8-005 Opt-Out Form8-006 Claim Form8-007 Motion for Final Approval of Class Action Settlement8-008 [Proposed] Order Granting Approval of Class Action Settlement Chapter 9 Federal Forms9-001 Federal Government Tort Claim9-002 Fair Labor Standards Act Collective Action Complaint9-003 Rule 26(a) Initial Disclosures9-004 Rule 30(b)(6) Notice of Deposition9-005 Motion for Class Certification9-006 Motion for Conditional FLSA Collective Action Certification, Approval of Hoffman-La Roche Notice9-007 Hoffman-La Roche Notice9-008 Consent to Join Lawsuit as a Party Plaintiff9-009 Rule 56 Motion for Partial Summary Judgment
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  • 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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