Estate of Hurst v. Moorehead I, LLC It is true that, in order to find defendant Blackmon individually liable under G.S. § 57C-3-30(a) as a member of the defendant-limited liability company Moorehead I, LLC, the jury would have had to find that Blackmon personally engaged in conduct such as fraud or misrepresentation. However, although the jury did not find Blackmon individually liable for fraud or award actual damages for fraud or unfair trade practices against him individually, the jury did make the findings necessary to pierce the corporate veil and hold Blackmon personally liable under the instrumentality rule.
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