You can demurrer and/or file a plea in abatement to their lack of standing, but that might not be a good long term strategy if they can just resurrect their LLC or re-file on behalf of their principals.
Your best bet is to hire a lawyer.Litigation isn't a DIY job and cant; be learned on the fly.
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Your post does not indicate the current status of the litigation. Have you filed an Answer yet? If not, you can file a Demurrer on the grounds of lack of capacity to sue. If yes, you can file a Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings for the same basic reason.
This is not a permanent fix because the court can stay the litigation and allow the LLC sufficient time to revive itself if it so elects.
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