Call it a cautionary tale, but the precedent of Dodson v. Dodson, 380 Md.438 (2004), is illustrative of the care required in enforcing contempt.
In October 2022, Gregg. H. Mosson, Esq. was a featured speaker as the "Advanced Custody and Support Issues in Maryland Seminar," hosted by NBI.
Employment Spotlight: Suing Schools for Negligence Under Gambrill v. Bd. of. Ed. of Dorchester County
In Gambrill, the Court of Appeals recently reversed three significant legal errors below to permit a family to sue over a school's alleged negligent mishandling of bullying of their daughter during sixth grade.
Gregg H. Mosson, Esq., and Mosson Law, LLC, are proud to be named one of the best employment lawyers in the Baltimore metro area for 2022 by Expertise.com.
The law of contempt in Maryland has been clarified by Breona C. v. Rodney D., No. 0299, Sept. 2021 Term (Slip Op. Nov. 17, 2021).
As an experienced employment and family law attorney, Mr. Mosson handles all aspects of his clients’ cases and maintains a small client roster to ensure clients get the attention they need. Mr. Mosson is trial ready. For more, please click and read.
At Mosson Law, LLC, the first meeting between an attorney and prospective client is a legal consultation. These are being handled remotely and you can conduct a legal consultation by phone from your home. They are conducted at a charge.
Gregg H. Mosson Named Rising Star by Maryland Superlawyers Magazine: 2022
As the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic continues in 2022, and as Maryland slowly but surely re-opens, many people are changing their jobs, and sometimes seeking unemployment benefits. In Maryland, you can apply through Maryland's "One Beacon" online portal.
The U.S. Supreme Court has limited U.S. vaccine mandates to healthcare workers, while state mandates remain state-by-state.
National Business Institute hosted Gregg H. Mosson, Esq., to speak on settlement strategies in "Complex Divorce Settlement Strategies" (NBI, Course No. 91264SVDM, 2021).
Mr. Mosson's new book, Employee Rights in Maryland: A Concise Guide for Knowing and Protecting Your Rights, is available in both hard copy and e-book format, including via Kindle through Amazon.com.
Gregg H. Mosson, Esq. releases his new book, Employee Rights in Maryland: A Concise Guide for Knowing and Protecting Your Rights (Advantage Media 2021).
Maryland's unemployment benefits division should have more time to process regular claims as federal pandemic benefits end in Sept. 2021.
Maryland announces the unemployment rate as 6% in July 2021, while federal pandemic unemployment supplements end in September.
The EEOC has advised that requiring onsite employees be vaccinated is lawful, but that disability and religious accommodation laws in particular may create case-specific exemptions.
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Maryland Super Lawyers names Gregg H. Mosson, Esq., a rising star in the field of Plaintiff's employment ligation for 2021
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