To pierce the corporate veil in Nevada, the court must determine that keeping the corporate veil in place would promote fraud and injustice. Nevada statute prevents corporate veil piercing on the basis of failure to maintain corporate formalities, commingling funds, etc. The Nevada Supreme Court has pierced a corporate veil only twice in the last 25 years, and that was because of possible fraud resulting in harm to another party. There has never been a case in which a Nevada corporation’s veil has been pierced when the corporation has been properly run. Nevada courts have developed a strong record of case law that protects the corporate veil, making it one of the most difficult in the country to pierce.