December 03, 2020 International Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Pro Se Litigant Lacks Standing to Close LLC Final Business

While C.G.S. § 34-267a seems to imply that a person of any representation may wind up the affairs of a company, the Second Circuit interprets it strictly to that of a lawyer.

By Emmanuel Bonilla

In a decision offered by the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, a pro se litigant is unable to bring claims on USChina Channel LLC (USChina), as the last member of USChina, an United States-based company, under Connecticut General Statutes (C.G.S) § 34-267a(c). 

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