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DRAFT COMPLAINT PROCESS

If you recall, we had sent you an update after mailing out all the relevant documentation to your former employer informing you that they had approximately 30 to 45 days to respond. Unfortunately, it has been approximately 45 days and we have yet to receive any correspondence or records from the company. We are now in the process of drafting an initial version of a lawsuit complaint based on the information you have provided us pertaining to prospective Labor Code and other employment law violations. This is the document that will ultimately be filed with the court to initiate a formal lawsuit.

Upon completion of our drafting process (1-2 weeks), we will be mailing this draft version of the lawsuit complaint to your former employer and provide them with two additional weeks to respond in a final attempt to resolve your case without proceeding with formal litigation. We will contact you within no later than 30 more days to discuss any material updates and the next steps towards pre-litigation resolution or moving forward with formal litigation.
  
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me directly at zach@, or text message me at (424) 234-3747. Please allow for a 48 hour response time to any emails or texts.

Sincerely,

Zachary M. Crosner, Esq.

CROSNER LEGAL, PC

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