About Gregg H. Mosson, Esq.

Employment & Family Law Attorney (Towson, Maryland)

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Mr. Mosson focuses on representing employees in claims of illegal discrimination, illegal retaliation, disability rights violations, FMLA violations. employment contract disputes, severance negotiations, wrongful terminations, whistleblower defense, and when seeking owed wages, commissions, and bonus payments earned. He represents family members navigating the complexities of separation, divorce, custody, and alimony. He also represents people seeking disability benefits from Social Security.

Attorney Gregg Mosson takes a mindful approach to the practice of law. He aims to provide his clients with strategic and holistic advice during the legal process. Mr. Mosson also consults with people about employment and family matters, behind the scenes. 

Attorney Gregg Mosson practices regularly in Maryland state and federal courts, as well as before the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Maryland Commission on Civil Rights, Social Security Administration, Maryland Department of Labor, U.S. National Labor Relations Board, and other administrative bodies.  He has handled multiple trials in state and federal courts.

Mr. Mosson is the author of Employee Rights in Maryland: A Concise Guide for Knowing and Protecting Your Rights (Advantage Media 2021).  He also has authored articles on civil litigation for the Maryland Trial Reporter, two academic articles of legal scholarship, and brings a passion for the law to help his client's succeed.  See Gregg H. Mosson, Comment, Equitable Subrogration in Maryland Mortgages and the Restatement of Property: A Historical Analysis for Contemporary Solutions, 41 Balt. L. Rev. 709 (2012); 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 (Fall 2012). 

He is a summa cum laude graduate of the University of Baltimore School of Law, where he served as staff editor and then associate comments editor of the Law Review.  During the Spring 2019 and 2020 semesters, he served as an adjunct professor of law at the University of Baltimore School of Law, teaching persuasive legal writing to first-year law students. 

Mr. Mosson is an active member of the Baltimore County Bar Association and Maryland Association of Justice, and involved in the legal community.

Attorney Gregg Mosson has experience in conducting mediations, settlement conferences, motions hearings, trials, in-court and out-of-court negotiations, and handling administrative reviews with government agencies. Let him bring these skills and experiences to fight for you.

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