We’ve all been told that nonsense lawsuits from pro se litigants and former opponents are just “the cost of doing business.” But the cost of doing business keeps increasing. What do you do when you get sued by someone you’ve never represented? If you are not in private practice, whether it be real estate or litigation, then quit reading and go read about the Houston Astros, who are more exciting. If you are, however, actively practicing law and you’ve been sued by someone you never represented, read on.
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