A prominent white-collar criminal defense lawyer, Lowell is no stranger to political scandals and representing high-profile clients.
He has thwarted efforts by the public, press, and tCongress to seek information on a vast range of issues.
The killers lure their victims abroad, knowing that they're more likely to get away with the crime.
The Oklahoma attorney general will be charged with administering an agency he's sued 13 times.
NEWSWEEK's Business Roundtable experts assess the damage—and offer solutions.
I've just spent an enjoyable afternoon looking up personal information on friends and family on a new Web site called ZoomInfo.com.It's ironic. This winter, identity-theft scandals rocked ChoicePoint, Lexis-Nexis and Westlaw, firms that collect and publish information on private individuals.