Legal Analysts

Monday, September 25, 2023

FOX LiveNOW: Attorney Andrew Lieb Breaks Down Trump's Legal Battle and Jam-Packed Court Schedule

Political legal analyst, Attorney Andrew Lieb joins LiveNOW from FOX to discuss the many legal challenges facing former President Donald Trump. In this interview, Andrew analyzes Trump's fraud case in New York, defamation suit from Jean Carroll, and other criminal and civil trials on the docket over the next year. Andrew breaks down the complex legal issues and potential overlaps between each case. He also explains the strategic considerations for Trump's legal team as they navigate this unprecedented volume of simultaneous court proceedings. 

Tuesday, September 19, 2023

FOX LiveNOW: Attorney Andrew Lieb, Legal Political Analyst Explains Biden Impeachment Inquiry Hearing

In this interview with LiveNOW from FOX, legal analyst Andrew Lieb breaks down what to expect from the first Impeachment Inquiry hearing into President Biden set for next Thursday. Andrew explains the allegations against President Biden, what Republican Representative James Comer plans to cover in the hearing, if we could see subpoenas or new evidence presented, how many total hearings there may be, and whether President Biden himself could be called to testify. Andrew also discusses the possible outcomes and next steps in the impeachment process.

Monday, September 18, 2023

FOX LiveNOW: UAW Strike Day 4: Attorney Andrew Lieb Analyzes Negotiations and Potential Outcomes

On this episode of LiveNOW from FOX, attorney Andrew Lieb joins Mike Pache to discuss the ongoing UAW strike against GM, Ford, and Fiat Chrysler entering its 4th day. Andrew analyzes the bargaining positions of both the automakers and the union, how long each side can sustain a strike, the potential economic impacts, and whether jobs may be cut. He also addresses questions around workers recouping lost wages and potential public backlash over the union's demands. 

Newsmax: California Sues Big Oil: Attorney Andrew Lieb Makes the Case for Climate Change Lawsuit

Attorney Andrew Lieb joins Newsmax to discuss the major climate change lawsuit filed against ExxonMobil, Shell, Chevron and BP. California alleges the oil giants deceived the public about the risks of fossil fuels and caused billions in damages. Lieb details the evidence from company documents showing that they knew about climate change for decades but funded disinformation campaigns instead of taking action. This important conversation analyzes the strengths of California's case and whether it could set a precedent for other states to hold Big Oil accountable for climate damages.

FOX 5 NY: NYC Legal Analyst Andrew Lieb Weighs In On Stroller Attacker Arrest

Legal analyst Andrew Lieb weighs in on the arrest of Sam Mensah, who was accused of attacking multiple people on the Upper East Side with a stroller. Mr. Lieb analyzes Mensah's criminal history and explains how the physical injury of one victim could lead to more serious charges and potential jail time and he could be released again. 

Friday, September 15, 2023

FOX LiveNOW: Attorney Andrew Lieb, Political Analyst Breaks Down the Biden Impeachment Inquiry

Attorney Andrew Lieb joins LiveNOW from Fox to break down the Biden Impeachment Inquiry. In this interview, Andrew explains what an impeachment inquiry means and how it differs from an actual impeachment. He discusses the subpoena power the House committees now have and what this could mean for witnesses. Andrew also provides perspective on what this inquiry could mean for Joe Biden, Hunter Biden, and former President Trump.

Wednesday, September 13, 2023

Pay Transparency in Job Applications Regulation Proposed in NY

The New York Department of Labor has proposed a new rule intended to increase pay transparency in accordance with Labor Law 194-b, which statute (not the new rule) first becomes effective 9/17/2023. 

Key Proposals:

·       Employers are now required to include a range of compensation on job postings.

·       The rule would not apply to government agencies or “Temporary Help Firms”.

·       The Range of Compensation cannot be open ended, i.e. “$20 per hour and up”, it needs a "good faith" minimum and maximum. Good faith means the amount the employer legitimately believes they are willing to pay a successful applicant at the time the job is posted. 

·       Any current or potential employee affected by a violation can file a complaint under the proposed rule, as can the Commissioner of the Department of Labor. 


Why it Matters:

·       The range of compensation can’t include other forms of compensation; i.e., $18 per hour plus $10 per hour in expected tips cannot be posted as $28 per hour. This is good for employees because it reduces the risk of employee exploitation.

·       The rule is not overly restrictive for employers; it allows them to adjust the range of compensation after collecting additional information through the hiring process.

·       The rule is a good effort at striking a balance between the rights and needs of employees and employers. 


Public comment can be made until November 12, 2023 at email:


FOX LiveNOW: Attorney Andrew Lieb Breaks Down New Mexico's Controversial Temporary Gun Ban

Andrew Lieb, a legal political analyst, discusses New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham's temporary ban on guns in public places with an emergency public health order. Lieb analyzes the order from both a political and constitutional perspective. He notes that while the order may be politically controversial, it attempts to fit within the "sensitive places" doctrine outlined in recent Supreme Court gun rights cases. The order will likely face legal challenges but could force further definition of what constitutes a "sensitive place." Overall, Lieb argues the order highlights the urgent need to address gun violence as a public health crisis through multi-pronged solutions.

Monday, September 11, 2023

Newsnation: Attorney Andrew Lieb Discusses New Mexico Gun Ban Emergency Order: Is it Constitutional?

Attorney Andrew Lieb discusses New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham's emergency order temporarily banning the carrying of guns in one county. Lieb analyzes whether the order violates the Second Amendment based on last year's Supreme Court decision in NY State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen. He also addresses concerns raised by the local sheriff and argues the focus should be on stopping gun violence, not just debating constitutionality.

Friday, September 08, 2023

FOX LiveNOW: Attorney Andrew Lieb Discusses Florida Supreme Court Hearing Arguments on 15-Week Abortion Ban

Andrew Lieb joins LiveNOW from FOX to discuss the Florida Supreme Court hearing arguments on the state's 15-week abortion ban. Andrew analyzes the key issues at play in the case, including Florida's constitutional right to privacy and how the court's conservative makeup may impact the decision. He also compares this case to other state challenges and explains why the outcome in Florida may differ from other states based on their constitutions.