I’m finishing up a post about an interesting decision last week from the Third Circuit Court of Appeals regarding trade secrets, but in the meantime, I wanted to note this item from today’s Insurance Law 360 (subscription required) that New York State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo has expanded his investigation into retained-asset accounts and subpoenaed records from six other insurance companies, including Genworth Financial, Inc., Guardian Life of America, and Axa SA’s Mony Life Insurance Company.

David Evans, whose story last week exposed MetLife and Prudential’s use of retained-asset accounts, has identified the other companies receiving subpoenas as Unum Group, New York Life Insurance Company, and Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company.