Robert C. Gottlieb & Associates' representation of a client in an upstate murder trial exposes evidence of judicial and attorney misconduct >
Posted on October 16, 2023
Posted on September 27, 2023
Posted on March 8, 2023
Thank you to our firm's outstanding attorneys for their work that resulted in our client being...
Posted on February 23, 2023
Our client Jon-Adrian Velazquez's struggle for justice after serving 23 years in prison is...
Our Op-Ed in the Daily News today calling on DA Bragg to answer questions on his decision to shut down Trump investigation. >
Posted on March 29, 2022
In a SDNY federal case scheduled for trial in January 2022, we very recently learned facts that compelled us to file a motion to disqualify the government trial team based on a conflict of interest. The motion is pending. >
Posted on December 22, 2021
Robert Gottlieb successfully wins motion to drop sexual abuse charges against client Lola Adesioye >
Posted on November 19, 2021
Lola Adesioye speaks after charges she sexually abused actor Gbenga Akinnagbe are dropped. Lola...
Robert Gottlieb joins WNBC do discuss the Albany County District Attorney's bizarre comments regarding the prosecution of Governor Andrew Cuomo. >
Posted on October 29, 2021
Posted on September 10, 2021
Yesterday was an inspiring celebration of life and freedom! Jon-Adrian Velazquez, our firm’s...
RCG is thrilled that the District Attorney has dismissed all charges. These were baseless allegations. >
Posted on July 19, 2021
Posted on July 16, 2021
RCG is excited to announce the launch of a new podcast series, In Summation: The Final Word. In...
Today, Bob Gottlieb of Robert C. Gottlieb & Associates joins Paul Townsend, creator and Host of the court podcast "In Summation: The Final Word" to discuss one of the most infamous cases in America's history, Korematsu v. United States. In this upcoming episode, they will deviate from Townsend's normal, unbiased review of real world cases to comment on the eerie parallels between that case and the Muslim ban approved by SCOTUS just two years ago. Gottlieb and Townsend are joined by summer associates from Fordham Law School, Abi Stafford Lilo, and Hofstra Law School, Heather Coffee. >
Posted on July 9, 2021