Legal Question in Appeals and Writs in Illinois

Is there a State where one who is not a lawyer can represent one's corp. pro se in Federal Court?

If the owner of a corporation is injured as a result of an erroneous ruling by a federal judge on a Motion for Summary Judgment, can the owner file Pro Se for Relief from Judgment under Rule 60 and if so how?

Asked on 8/09/10, 1:24 pm

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Edward Hoffman Law Offices of Edward A. Hoffman
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The owner can represent himself, but not the corporation. To represent the corporation would be practicing law, which only lawyers are allowed to do.

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8/14/10, 5:05 pm

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