Updated on December 3rd, 2022
A Nevada non-solicitation agreement legally forbids an individual or entity from soliciting a business owner’s customers and employees. The completed document will set out the duration of the agreement, the geographic scope, and which parties the signee will be prohibited from soliciting. In Nevada, non-solicitation agreements can’t be enforced when a client or customer of the business owner voluntarily approaches the employee to engage in business.
- Statutes: Not mentioned in state statutes.
- Legally Enforceable? Yes, but in limited circumstances.
- Requirements/Exceptions (§ 613.195(2)(b)): Employees cannot be prohibited from soliciting customers if the client voluntarily sought out their services.
Nevada Non-Compete Agreement – Allows business owners to prevent employees from competing against them for a set duration.
Nevada Non-Disclosure Agreement – Prohibits the signing party from sharing company secrets and practices.