JD Supra Corporate Brief: Total’s Bribery, Trade Secrets, IP Rights, Iran Sanctions

You can put away your umbrellas now – it’s June. Happy reading!

Who remembers what went on in the 90s? The SEC, apparently… (Brooks Pierce)

Want to make sure your trade secrets are protected? You’ll have to take the first step… (Venable)

It is possible to maintain the confidentiality of competitively valuable information during a public trial (Snell & Wilmer)

Have the courts begun to blow the whistle on … whistleblowers? (Sheppard Mullin)

The US Trade Representative has issued its 2013 Special 301 Report on the countries that “deny adequate and effective protection” for intellectual property rights (MBHB)

The US government is turning its sights on non-US insurers that deal with Iran (Shearman & Sterling)

Considering a “most favored nation” clause in your buyer-seller contract? Read these rules of thumb (Howard Ullman)

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