Civil Litigation for State and Federal Courts
Mr. Mosson represents people in select civil litigation matters. He is barred in Maryland State Court and at the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland.
Mr. Mosson has handled a breach of settlement agreement, a claim to re-open a judgment of law due to fraud in the prior proceeding, a claim for stolen inheritance, will contest litigation, a verified consent to an adoption, a tortious claim for intentional infliction of emotional distress (due to alleged outrageous conduct that would shock the conscience of any civilized person), and other varied disputes.
Mr. Mosson only represents persons in civil litigation on an hourly fee basis, or, a hybrid representation that requires a retainer of payment, plus a payment plan or contingency. The first step will be a legal consultation, before representation, if you wish to engage him. Mr. Mosson only represents people through a mutually signed legal services agreement.
Among his accomplishments, he served as an Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Baltimore teaching Introduction to Advocacy in 2019, has been named a “Rising Star” in Plaintiff’s employment law for 2017-2019, and has authored legal articles on matters of Maryland civil procedure published in the Maryland Trial Reporter, for several years to date. He has published two scholarly Law Review articles and enjoys litigation involving complex legal claims.
He has been lucky enough, while a law student, to serve as a judicial summer intern for The Honorable Duncan W. Keir of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maryland, where he was able to research and draft for the Judge, to intern for the renowned trial attorney Paul Mark Sandler, and complete a semester-long discovery seminar with The Honorable Paul W. Grimm, through the University of Baltimore, and to learn from many others.
Let him bring these skills and experiences to fight for you.