This decision affirms an order amending a judgment to name an individual as an alter ego of the corporate defendant.  There was evidence to support the trial court’s finding that inequity would otherwise result.  The judgment creditors had been unable to satisfy their judgments/  The individual had been CEO and owner of the corporation until judgment was entered against it.  Then, he gave the corporation to a third party, but kept all its business records, which he later destroyed.  He didn’t sustain his burden of proving laches, particularly as much of the delay was due to his efforts to stall post-judgment discovery from him.  A prior order denying a similar motion to amend the judgment was made expressly “without prejudice” and so it did not bar a second try.