This excerpt taken from the NKE 10-K filed Jul 27, 2009.
Malaysian Insider Trading Notification. The Optionee should be aware of the Malaysian insider-trading rules, which may impact his or her acquisition or disposal of shares or rights to shares under the Plan. Under the Malaysian insider-trading rules, the Optionee is prohibited from purchasing or selling shares (e.g., an Option, shares) when he or she is in possession of information which is not generally available and which he or she knows or should know will have a material effect on the price of shares once such information is generally available.
Director Notification Obligation. If the Optionee is a director of the Companys Malaysian subsidiary, he or she is subject to certain notification requirements under the Malaysian Companies Act. Among these requirements is an obligation to notify the Malaysian subsidiary in writing when the Optionee receives or disposes of an interest (e.g., Option, shares) in the Company or any related company. Such notifications must be made within 14 days of receiving or disposing of any interest in the Company or any related company.