In this NY Times piece, Brian McNamee's lawyer, Richard Emery, pretty much guarantees that they will sue Rocket if he calls his former trainer a liar on 60 Minutes.
Emery said if Clemens says on “60 Minutes,” before an audience that will probably exceed 10 million people, that McNamee was not truthful, it would lead to a lawsuit, which would allow him to put Clemens under oath. “He’s got a chance to protect himself,” said Emery, who is based in New York and specializes in libel and defamation actions. “We’re not going to sue him if he doesn’t do it. But if he does it, we’re going to sue him.”
I am becoming convinced that our previous take on Clemens' strategy is playing out.