Even if the agency no longer exists, provided that the agency was not a separate corporate entity (or was, but could be proven to have simply been a shell for the main corporation), then the LLC can still be liable.
AND, the LLC still exists and is in good standing - see here
So, provided (1) the agency was not a corporation, or, (2) it was, but one contents and proves that the agency's corporation
was but a shall for the LLC, then the LLC may be held liable.
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