Summary of statute(s): An individual who has the consent of at least one party to an in-person conversation can lawfully record it or disclose its contents, but the consent of all parties is required to record a telephone conversation. An exception may exist, however, for a telephone recording made with the prior consent of only one of the parties to the communication in an emergency situation in which it is impractical to obtain a court order. Nev. Rev. Stat. §§ 200.620, 200.650 (2011).