On Jan. 12, 2012, the California Supreme Court ruled in <i>O’Neil v. Crane Co.</i> that a manufacturer may not be held liable for harm caused by another manufacturer’s product (the cancer-causing material). With its decision in <i>O’Neil v. Crane Co.</i>, the California Supreme Court is going down what some believe to be a very slippery slope.

As our country celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we must not forget the significance of one man who brought about many changes.

by: Motley Rice

The Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) launched into 2012 with a newfound online prowess. In the first week of the New Year, the agency brought down a fraudulent online scheme, then leveraged the event to give advice to investors who use social media.