Mr. Mosson focuses on employment law for employees, select civil litigation matters, prosecuting or defending contempt of court, unemployment benefit matters and appeals, protective order litigation, and disability benefits law before Social Security or concerning private insurance companies.
As to employment law at Mosson Law, LLC, he has over a decade of experience representing employees concerning employment contract disputes, severance negotiations, disability rights violations, FMLA violations, wrongful terminations, age discrimination and other claims involving illegal discrimination, illegal retaliation, and whistleblower defense. He can help employees seeking owed commissions, bonus payments earned, but not yet paid, and substantial owed wages.
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 civil 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, and the Fourth Circult Court of Appeals. 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 was named a Rising Star in Plaintiff's employment law, that is employee rights, for 2017 through 2022, by Super Lawyers Magazine. 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.
His scholarship has been published here: 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).
Educated in law at the University of Baltimore School of Law, he graduated summa cum laude. During his time there, he served as staff editor and then associate comments editor of the Law Review. He was a research assistant in the field of Constitutional administrative law and teaching assistant in both contract law and LLM contact law and civil procedure. Since then, Mr. Mosson has taught legal writing at the University of Baltimore School of Law in Spring 2019 & 2020, and at Goucher College in Fall 2022. He also holds a Master's from The Johns Hopkins Writing Seminars, where he was a teaching fellow. Let him bring this experience and expertise to work for you.
In addition as a law student, Mr. Mosson served as a judicial summer intern for The Honorable Duncan W. Keir of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maryland, summer law clerk at the Baltimore City Law Department, completed a discovery seminar with The Honorable Paul W. Grimm of the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland, and interned with renowned trial attorney Paul Mark Sandler.
Mr. Mosson is an active member of the Baltimore County Bar Association and Maryland State Bar, and involved in the legal community. Let him bring these skills and experiences to fight for you.
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