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Nevada Supreme Court Rules that Overly Broad Non-Compete Agreements are Wholly Unenforceable

by Littler on

In July 2016, the Nevada Supreme Court held that when a non-compete agreement extends beyond what is necessary to protect the employer’s interest, the agreement is wholly unenforceable and courts may not modify or “blue...more

All or Nothing: Nevada Supreme Court Refuses to Adopt “Blue Pencil” Doctrine for Non-Compete Agreements

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

In a recent opinion, the Supreme Court of Nevada refused to adopt the “blue pencil” doctrine when it ruled that an unreasonable provision in a non-compete agreement rendered the entire agreement unenforceable. “Blue...more

Nevada Confirms Its Restrictive Covenant Law, But Rejects Blue Penciling

by Jackson Lewis P.C. on

In the first decision to reach the Nevada Supreme Court on whether state district courts may modify or “blue pencil” non-competition agreements, the high court has concluded that doing so would violate Nevada law. Golden Road...more

Nevada Supreme Court Refuses To “Blue Pencil” Unreasonable Non-Compete

by Allen Matkins on

Nevada, unlike California, applies a reasonableness test to non-compete agreements. Although the Nevada courts haven’t identified a specific heuristic to be followed, a covenant not to compete will be found to be...more

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