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Actually, I am afraid that any time a corporate entity is involved even if they assigned rights to an individual or former owner of the corporation, there are no cases where the party was then allowed to proceed in the suit pro se. The law is that if any suit is brought by a corporate entity or on behalf of a corporate entity, the entity must be represented by counsel. As the individual would be taking over the rights of the corporate entity, they too would have to be represented by counsel.
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