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Asked on: 1/07/13, 10:33 am

can a person represent there self in court even when they have a lawyer in a FMLA case, the lawyer is not putting any effort in gathering information

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Answered on: 1/07/13, 4:43 pm by Locksley Wade

No, it's either representation through an attorney or seal-representation (Pro se).

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