28 Pa. Code § 1230a.26 - Representation

(a) A party, except an individual appearing on their own behalf, shall be represented by an attorney at all stages of the proceedings subsequent to the filing of the Notice of Appeal or order to show cause.
(b) A corporation shall be represented by an attorney of record admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. A corporation may also be represented by an attorney in good standing and admitted to practice before the highest court of another State on a motion pro hac vice filed by the Pennsylvania attorney of record.
(c) A group of individuals acting in concert, whether formally or informally, shall be represented by an attorney admitted to practice law before the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania or by an attorney in good standing admitted to practice before the highest court of another state who has made a motion to appear pro hoc vice and has agreed in that motion to abide by the rules and regulations of the Department and 204 Pa.Code Ch. 81 (relating to Rules of Professional Conduct).
(d) An individual may appear in person on his own behalf. The individual is encouraged to appear through counsel. If the Department determines that the individual is acting in concert with or as a representative of a group of individuals, the individual may be required to appear through counsel under subsection (c).
(e) Subsections (a)-(d) supersede 1 Pa. Code §§ 31.21 - 31.23 (relating to appearance in person; appearance by attorney; and other representation prohibited at hearings).

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28 Pa. Code § 1230a.26
Adopted by Pennsylvania Bulletin, Vol 53, No. 09. March 4, 2023, effective 3/4/2023

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