Gregg H. Mosson Esq. To Speak On ‘Debt and Bankruptcy in Divorce’ At The NBI Seminar
Gregg H. Mosson Esq. of Mosson Law, LLC, has been invited to give a presentation on debt, bankruptcy and its implications for divorcing couples, at a seminar by the National Business Institute (NBI).
The National Business Institute provides continuing education seminars in various legal fields, nationwide and this seminar titled “Financial Divorce Settlements From Start to Finish” is scheduled to take place on June 2, 2020. It will be held online via Webcast on www.nbi-sems.com, and if permissible at the time, it will be held if held in-person at the Radisson Hotel, located in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor at 101 West Fayette Street, Balt., Md. 21201.
The seminar is an all-day affair, and Mr. Mosson is scheduled to speak at 1 p.m. on the topic of “Debt and Bankruptcy in Divorce.”
Through Mosson Law, LLC, Mr. Mosson serves his clients in employee rights matters and in family law matters, including in the fields of contested as well as cooperative divorce, custody, and separation. During his legal education at the University of Baltimore School of Law, Mr. Mosson was engaged in legal commercial topics. For instance, he was a summer 2010 intern for the Chief Judge of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maryland. The NBI Seminar brings his current practice back in touch with some of his earlier work, delightfully full circle, so to speak.
Mr. Mosson finds the ‘most satisfying moments’ of his legal practice to be helping clients navigate what often are the tough choices of law in the real world. Sometimes, this looks like an award of benefits. Sometimes, this looks like a settlement of a dispute. Sometimes, this feels a compromise and moving on with one’s life. Sometimes, this is a finding that the wrongful conduct did, in fact, occur, by a third party such as a court of law or administrative agency.
Through his vast experience and knowledge as an employment and family law attorney, he has authored:
Gregg H. Mosson, Robosigning Foreclosures: How it Violates Law, Must be Stopped, and Why Mortgage Law Reform is Needed to Ensure the Certainty and Values of Real Property, 40 W.ST.U.L.REV.31 (2012)
Gregg H. Mosson, Comment Equitable Subrogation in Maryland Mortgages [….],41 U. BALT. L. REV. 709 (2012).
Mr. Mosson looks forward to this presentation, and attending the seminar titled, “Financial Divorce Settlements From Start to Finish” in support of his fellow practitioners, and to learn, as well, from the best of the bar.
It is with immense pride that I share this announcement.
Gregg H. Mosson, Esq.
For information on representation in the fields of employment and family law, I invite you to get in touch. Please visit my website at www.mossonlaw.com. The office is based in Towson, Maryland, and the practice ranges Maryland-wide.