If your agreement has a DE choice of law provision, this is from the NV Supreme Court
Because Nevada has long recognized a public "interest in protecting the freedom of persons to contract," Hansen v. Edwards, 83 Nev. 189, 192, 426 P.2d 792, 793 (1967), we join these jurisdictions and hold that a party may contractually agree to a limitations period shorter than that provided by statute as long as there exists no statute to the contrary and the shortened period is reasonable, and subject to normal defenses including unconscionability and violation of public policy. See generally Rivero v. Rivero, 125 Nev. 410, 429, 216 P.3d 213, 226 (2009) ("Parties are free to contract, and the courts will enforce their contracts if they are not unconscionable, illegal, or in violation of public policy."). Holcomb Condo. Homeowners' Ass'n, Inc. v. Stewart Venture, 300 P.3d 124, 128 (Nev. 2013).