An LLC does not shield active members from liability in South Carolina Construction Defect ruling

In this case of first impression arising from a general contractor’s liability for construction defects, the Court held that a member of a limited liability company (LLC) can be held personally liable for negligent acts committed while working for the LLC of which he was a member. The Court stated that, based upon the General Assembly’s intent, the Uniform Limited Liability Act does not shield the member from personal liability from his own torts.

Opinion in Jade Street

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