The federal circuit courts and the . Supreme Court have specific forms that they maintain on their websites, some of which attorneys are required to use. Other forms may offer guidance or serve as an example. These forms can include an Application for Admission to the Bar, Appearance of Counsel, Bill of Costs, Jury Instructions, and other helpful forms. It is important to thoroughly research what forms are available and required for the court in which you seek to practice or file an appeal. To browse the forms available through each court, please click on the name of the federal court.
Business-to-customer letters are defined as typical letters that businesses send to their customers under normal operating circumstances.
The term "business" is used here in the broad sense to include any kind of enterprise, for-profit or non-profit, which activities focus on the creation and/or delivery of a good or service to customers. "Customer" refers to any recipient of a good or service delivered by a business, including internal customers.
The following links go to real-life templates for the most requested business-to-customer letters:
Apology letter - customer service error.