Prevent Pro Se Litigation From Becoming A Problem Per Se

Law360, New York (June 28, 2013, 1:26 PM EDT) -- For many companies, litigation is just one of the many costs of doing business. One increasingly common area of litigation is that involving pro se litigants, or individuals who are representing themselves.

Pro se is a Latin term meaning, “on one’s own behalf.” Although most pro se litigants lack a formal legal education, many have significant time to devote to the litigation, and some have experience from previous pro se litigation. Often, these litigants come up with creative and unique arguments that are challenging to defend....
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