(a) In any civil action to enforce the provisions of this chapter, the Commissioner
of Labor and the State may be represented by any qualified attorney, who is a regular
salaried employee of the Department of Labor or is designated by it for this purpose,
or, at the commissioner's request, by the Attorney General.
(b) In any administrative proceeding before the Division of Unemployment and Temporary
Disability Insurance of the Department of Labor, the board of review or the appeal
tribunal, the claimant or the employer may appear pro se or employ an attorney or
a nonattorney to represent him.
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