Under C.G.S. §34-187(b), the default rule is that a member will be ascribed the interests of his or her spouse and, thus, a member's vote to bring or not to bring a lawsuit will be excluded when the limited liability company's interest in the outcome of the lawsuit is adverse, or contrary to, the interest of that member or the interests of that member's spouse.
418 Meadow Street Associates, LLC v. Clean Air Partners, LLC
Connecticut Supreme Court
May 22, 2012
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