145.1. No person with knowledge of material order information may trade in a standardized derivative that is the subject of the material order information, recommend that another party do so, or disclose the information to anyone, except in the following cases:
(1) the person is justified in believing that the other party already knew of the material order information;
(2) the person must disclose the material order information in the course of business, and there are no grounds for the person to be justified in believing the material order information will be used or disclosed contrary to this section;
(3) the person enters into a transaction under a written automatic standardized derivatives purchase plan or other similar written automatic plan in which the person agreed to participate before obtaining knowledge of the material order information;
(4) the person entered into a transaction as a result of a written obligation that the person entered into before obtaining knowledge of the material order information; or
(5) the person entered into a transaction as agent under the specific unsolicited instructions of the principal, or under instructions that the agent solicited from the principal before obtaining knowledge of the material order information.
For the purposes of this section, “material order information” means any information relating to an order, a projected or unexecuted order to purchase or trade a standardized derivative or underlying interest, or even an intention to place such an order, that is likely to have a significant effect on the market price of the standardized derivative.