If an LLC operates from someone's home, I read (can't find source at the moment) that they want a place in their home where they exclusively work on the business (like a home office) to keep business and their personal lives separate.
If they don't do this and do business work from the kitchen, say, they are at risk of piercing the corporate veil.
Is this really all it takes to pierce the corporate veil? Assuming that all the other corporate formalities are in place, can I safely work from the living room, for example?
On a related note, if I get sued, will I have to prove that the place where I work is separate from where I hang out?