Nevada Trade Regulations and Practices
Sec. § 600A.070
Preservation of secrecy.


In any civil or criminal action, the court shall preserve the secrecy of an alleged trade secret by reasonable means, which may include, without limitation:

1.

Granting protective orders in connection with discovery proceedings;

2.

Holding hearings in camera;

3.

Sealing the records of the action;

4.

Determining the need for any information related to the trade secret before allowing discovery;

5.

Allowing the owner of the trade secret to obtain a signed agreement of confidentiality from any party who obtains knowledge of the trade secret;

6.

Ordering a person who obtains knowledge of the trade secret to return to the owner of the trade secret any writing which reflects or contains the trade secret; and

7.

Ordering any person involved in the litigation not to disclose an alleged trade secret without previous court approval.
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