What do bankruptcy, mine safety violations, change in control and asset acquisition have in common?  Each may trigger a public company’s obligation to file a Form 8-K.  All U.S. reporting companies are responsible for filing Forms 8-K with the SEC to disclose recent material transactions or occurrences.  What reportable events trigger a Form 8-K filing?  What should be disclosed in the Form 8-K?  How and when is the filing made?  Find the answers in our new What’s the Deal? – Form 8-K, where we provide an overview of the types of events that trigger a Form 8-K, filing procedures and consequences for non-compliance.