A limited liability company has the power to sue or to be sued in its own name or may be a party to an action brought in its name by a member or manager; but, a member or manager may not sue in an individual capacity to recover for an injury based on a wrong to the limited liability company.
O'Reilly v. Valletta
Connecticut Appellate Court
November 26, 2012
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