Do Corporations Appearing in Court in North Carolina Need to Appear Through a Lawyer?

A corporation (or LLC or partnership) in North Carolina will often find itself involved in a court or administrative proceeding, as a plaintiff or a defendant. In many instances, the corporation cannot represent itself in the proceeding, even if the corporation is small and closely-held. In those instances, the corporation must hire legal counsel. This article addresses those situations where a corporation involved in a North Carolina proceeding must retain counsel.Original Article

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