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This document template is a declaration from an employee of an accused infringer in support of a motion to dismiss a patent infringement litigation due to improper venue. It outlines facts that demonstrate the accused infringer does not have a residence or a regular and established place of business in the forum, thus making venue improper.
A template California Family Rights Act (CFRA) policy with pregnancy disability leave (PDL) provisions for private employers with five or more employees. It is up-to-date with the CFRA amendments effective January 1, 2021 and includes employee eligibility, qualifying reasons, notice requirements, and other important provisions. It is based on the prototype dated September 2022 from the California Civil Rights Department (formerly the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH)). This policy has been crafted to meet the requirements of California law.
This template provides employers in California with a policy prohibiting harassment, discrimination, and retaliation in the workplace. It meets the state's regulations, which include provisions addressing protected classes, the complaint and investigation process, and mandatory distribution and translation. This template can be included in an employee handbook or used as an individual policy document. It is based on federal and California law, although local law may have additional or different requirements.
This template provides defense counsel with an initial set of requests to a plaintiff in an administrative exemption misclassification case under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) in federal district court. It is for private sector workplaces and is based on federal law. However, state and local law may impose different or additional requirements for minimum wage and overtime pay exemptions.