JD Supra Corporate Brief: Trade Secrets in China, Wire Fraud at Locust, Insurance Issues in Congress, Three Quarters of a Billion (Dollars)

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. The most important law news? Why, it’s the JD Supra Corporate Brief, of course:

“Feelings, nothing more than feelings…” The new anthem for private equity firms? (Greentarget)

Taiwanese executives from HTC were arrested for selling trade secrets to China. Here’s why it matters to US companies… (Orrick)

A second monetary award to the whistleblowers who uncovered wire fraud at Locust Offshore Mgmt should encourage more tips… (Proskauer)

Congress has an interesting line-up of federal insurance issues to watch this fall… (Sutherland Asbill & Brennan)

What does the FTC look for when evaluating the antitrust compliance of technology transactions? (BakerHostetler)

Man, the Internet-review team at the FTC sure has been keeping busy… (Mintz Levin)

Do Rule 144 opinion letters really protect anyone? (Allen Matkins)

Barclays and JP Morgan will pay nearly three quarters of a billion dollars to settle charges that they manipulated the electricity market… (King & Spalding)

We’re pretty sure this wasn’t what George Orwell had in mind, but it is indeed a brave new world for data furnishers… (Morrison & Foerster)

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