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Small businesses are not permitted to represent themselves in court, but are not large enough to afford overpriced lawyers
Aaron Greenspan, March 4, 2012 at 7:01 PM ST
Even though the law does not specifically forbid it, local rules in effect in most (if not all) federal court districts mean that small businesses such as my own are caught between not filing legitimate claims, and not being able to afford the cost o...
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