Anthony C. Lame

Expert Witness and consultant
  • Award-Winning Journalist
  • Extensive firsthand knowledge of print and television news operations and practices
  • Has served as expert witness for plaintiffs and media defendants


  • Wesleyan University - BA in American Studies (High Honors) 1967
  • Columbia University -  MS in Journalism 1968
  • Continuing Education includes seminars and conferences sponsored by The American Press Institute, Investigative Reporters and Editors, and The Graduate School of  Journalism at Columbia University
  • Participant -  American Bar Association's  Media Law and Defamation Torts Committee panel discussion on the use of expert witnesses in defamation cases

Employment History.

  • President, Information Unlimited, Inc., 1985 - present               Founded Information Unlimited Inc. in 1985 as a licensed private investigative firm providing sophisticated investigative services to law firms, corporations, and financial institutions. Have since supervised and worked on hundreds of investigations requiring the analysis and unraveling of complex financial and business transactions                              
  • Manager of the I-Team, KYW-TV, 1978 - 1984                              Organized and managed a seven person investigative reporting unit for the NBC affiliate in Philadelphia.  Duties included overseeing multiple investigative projects, writing and editing scripts, working with video production personnel and consulting with media counsel to review stories prior to broadcast.  Oversaw the production of I-Team investigative reports on such subjects as political corruption, government waste and fraud, and the criminal justice system.  Those reports earned the I-Team 36 regional and national awards for excellence in journalism, including three from the prestigious Columbia-DuPont Awards program.

  • Reporter, The Philadelphia Inquirer,  1970 - 1978         

     Served as both the chief of the newspaper's City Hall Bureau and an investigative reporter for local and regional news. As Bureau Chief, had oversight responsibility for the six reporters involved in the newspaper's coverage of city government and the court system. As Investigative Reporter, reported and wrote scores of article which exposed government contract fraud, political corruption, and abuses in the criminal and civil justice systems for which he received a number of awards for excellence in journalism.

  • Teaching Assistant, Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, 1968 - 1970