New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzers office is not a one-man show. Assistant Attorney General David Brown, a former Goldman Sachs lawyer, is Spitzers best supporting actor. Think Christopher Walken, only bigger, and with a Harvard law degree.
It was Brown last summer who, just a month or two into his new position, told Spitzer that mutual funds might be overcharging by "billions of dollars," CBS Marketwatch reports. That is when it all began.