NRS 603.080
Owner of program or data may institute civil action

  • order of court.


The owner of the rights to a proprietary program or the data stored in a computer may bring a civil action to enjoin:


Unfair trade practices respecting that program or data; or


Infringement of a trade secret respecting that program or data.


A court of competent jurisdiction may:


Grant such injunctions to restrain the unfair trade practices or infringements of a trade secret as it deems just and reasonable;


Require a defendant to pay to the owner all profits derived from the wrongful acts of the defendant and all damage suffered by the owner because of those acts; and


Order all copies of such a program or data which is in the possession or control of a defendant to be delivered to the owner or to an officer of the court for destruction.

Source: Section 603.080 — Owner of program or data may institute civil action; order of court., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-603.­html#NRS603Sec080.

Last Updated

Feb. 5, 2021

§ 603.080’s source at nv​.us