XBRL Rules, Technology and Solutions


Corporate, Financial Institutions + Financial Services, and Securities Enforcement


David M. Lynn

David M. Lynn

Speaking Engagement

(212) 341-8445

Complimentary Webcast featuring Morrison & Foerster’s David Lynn

On January 30, 2009, the SEC issued the final rule requiring all companies to use interactive data when submitting financial statements to the SEC. Once implemented, interactive data has the potential to increase the speed, accuracy and usability of financial disclosure and eventually reduce costs.


  • What is XBRL?
  • SEC Final Rules
  • Corporate Legal Challenges
  • Overall impact on SEC filings
  • Timing and sequencing issues
  • Investor relations considerations
  • Disclosure controls and internal controls concerns
  • SEC registration statement form eligibility issues
  • Impact on due diligence in the offering process
  • Considerations for SEC certifications
  • What's next on the SEC's XBRL agenda?
  • Alternatives for tagging and filing

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