Andrew Pramschufer

Andrew Pramschufer Associate

Andrew Pramschufer is an Associate in Liebert Cassidy Whitmore’s Los Angeles office where he provides assistance to clients in matters pertaining to labor and employment law. Andrew has experience researching and drafting pleadings, motions, and memoranda, including demurrers, motions to dismiss, and motions for summary judgment. He also advises clients on remedial measures, including drafting settlement agreements and releases of liability. Andrew has also appeared in court and assists with investigation claims, witness interviews, and witness preparation for deposition and trial.

He often assists public safety agencies in internal affairs investigations and is well versed in the Public Safety Officers Procedural Bill of Rights. Andrew also handles termination appeals by former police officers and prepares notices of intent to discipline. Andrew is the co-author of our monthly newsletter, Briefing Room, which keeps public safety professionals up to date on legal and legislative matters. 

Prior to joining Liebert Cassidy Whitmore, Andrew worked at a full-service law firm in Southern California where he practiced in employment law, public entity defense, personal injury, and general litigation.  He also dedicated a year of public service to AmeriCorps.

Andrew received his J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center and his B.A. from the University of California at Los Angeles.


  • BA, University of California, Los Angeles

  • JD, Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, DC

Sep 19, 2019

A Brief Guide to Ensuring Compliance with Harassment Training Requirements: Where to Find Summaries of an Employer’s Training Obligations under SB 778 and SB 1343

In the past twelve months, Governors Jerry Brown and Gavin Newson have signed two bills into law affecting harassment training requirements for all employers in California with five or more employees.  Below is a brief summary of these new laws as well as resources for employers to ensure compliance with harassment training requirements.

Oct 15, 2018

UPDATED - New Legislation Will Impact Litigation of FEHA Claims, Employer-Employee Agreements, and Necessitate Additional Employer Training

This post was authored by Geoffrey S. Sheldon & Andrew Pramschufer

In response to the “#Me Too” movement, the California Legislature passed a number of bills intended to protect employees from workplace harassment and discrimination under the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA).  On September 30, 2018, Governor Jerry Brown signed these bills into law.  The impacts of these new laws, which go into effect on January 1, 2019, are summarized below.


  • BA, University of California, Los Angeles

  • JD, Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, DC

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