8-K, Form

Securities Law jargon, an abbreviation for SEC Form 8-K, a document, which a company that is publicly traded in the United States must file with the United States Securities & Exchange Commission when material facts about the company which may affect its financial position change. As with all other SEC filings, Form 8-K filings are available over the Internet from the SEC’s EDGAR (Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis, and Retrieval) System.