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Sample Letter Requesting an Employee to Meet with Outside Counsel for Briefing

| February 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

This sample letter requesting an employee to meet with outside counsel for a briefing is designed to assist you in informing an employee that they must attend a meeting with in-house counsel. Occasionally legal issues arise within the workplace, and employees may have to give testimony or bear witness to events. The letter needn’t be […]

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Formal Sample Letter Requesting the Transfer of Dental Records to a New Dentist

| January 22, 2013 | 0 Comments

This sample letter requesting the transfer of dental records to a new dentist is designed to help you get your dental records transferred to a new dentist. The letter needn’t be a long one, just a short note requesting that your records be transferred to your new dentist. There is one slight difference to a […]

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Simple and Clear Sample Letter Requesting Posting of Frequent Flyer Miles

| January 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

This sample letter requesting posting of frequent flyer miles is designed to help you request that an airline post earned frequent flyer miles to your account. The letter needn’t be a long one, just a short note requesting the miles to be credited to your account. Be sure to include copies of boarding passes as […]

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Sample Letter Requesting an Employee to Meet with an in-House Lawyer for a Briefing

| January 20, 2013 | 0 Comments

This sample letter requesting an employee to meet with an in-house counsel for a briefing is designed to assist you in informing an employee that they must attend a meeting with in-house counsel. Occasionally legal issues arise within the workplace, and employees may have to give testimony or bear witness to events. The letter needn’t […]

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Official Company Request to Meet with a Government Agency Sample Letter

| January 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

This request to meet with a government agency sample letter is designed to assist you in designating someone to meet with a government agency. Occasionally a business or corporation may have to have someone represent them at such a meeting. The letter needn’t be a long one, just a short note informing an employee that […]

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