My question involves business law in the state of: Georgia
I am not sure I fully understand when an LLC is sued and when the business owner him or herself is sued. Let's say someone owns a company that writes advertisements for other companies, and their business structure is an LLC. I have a few hypothetical scenarios to consider here. If the a client is dissatisfied and claims that the advertisement caused their business to suffer for some reason and they tried to sue (as I know that one can sue for anything, the question is simply whether or not they'd win), would they be suing the LLC or the business owner directly? Another scenario would be if the client were to have provided information about a product that turned out to be fraudulent, and the person writing the advertisement was misled into believing the false advertising. As a result, there was a false advertising lawsuit, and the business being sued for the false advertising sued the LLC who wrote the advertisements due to the damages of the false advertising lawsuit. In this scenario, would the LLC be sued or would the individual be sued?