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Nevada — Magliarditi v. TransFirst Group, Inc., decided October 21, 2019. The Nevada Supreme Court, in answering certified questions, concluded (1) a judgment creditor may bring an alter ego claim to make a third party liable on the judgment, (2) the alter ego doctrine applies to LLCs and partnerships, (3) an alter ego of a judgment debtor is a debtor under the Fraudulent Transfer Act and (4) a transfer between alter egos or between an alter ego and a judgment debtor is a transfer under the Act.