“SEC’s EDGAR Now Fully Searchable”

More helpful news dug up by The Virtual Chase: "The Securities and Exchange Commission last week announced that documents in its EDGAR database now are fully searchable. The change in search access affects documents that are two years old or newer. In addition to company filings, researchers will find filings pertaining to mutual funds."

“SEC Pilot Program Gets 17 Test Subjects”

Sounds smart, but what do corporate paralegals think? "The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has convinced 17 companies to participate in a new pilot program to use interactive data in their financial statement filings—compared to nine under an initiative launched last year. The companies will help the agency explore how new Internet-based reporting technologies can improve the...