Don't do it without consulting a local employment law attorney. Use the "find a lawyer" tool on AVVO.
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Retaining an employment lawyer is best bet. Avvo has a terrific "find a lawyer" tool to locate a top-rated Avvo attorney with a LOW fee. Good luck.
Anytime you put something in writing, you create a potential exhibit. If your dispute with your employer escalates, they may use your own memo against you. As my colleagues have suggested, you should consult an experience labor and employment attorney. Provide your attorney with all the facts and any relevant documentation, then allow him/her to assist you in drafting the written response.
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