In 2019, a Florida man sued Regus in small claims court on behalf of his company. He did not hire a lawyer. Instead, he represented his own company in court.
The man's "self-representation" of his own company in small claims court, as it turns out, is legal in Florida.
Yes--Florida smalls claims rules allow for non-attorney representation of business entities, whether to bring or defend a lawsuit, provided that certain criteria are met. We've included those criteria details below (as well as the specific form you need to file with the court to utilize this allowance).