Civil Litigation Attorney

Civil Litigation for State and Federal Courts

Mr. Mosson represents people in select civil litigation matters. He is barred in Maryland state and federal courts, and at the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.  Mr. Mosson has negotiation and trial experience, and brings savvy know-how to benefit his clients.  His advice and strategies are informed by scholarly accomplishments and real-world experience.  Let him bring his experience to fight for you!


Mr. Mosson has handled various civil matters, including defamation, breach of contract claims, breach of settlement agreement, repayment and billing disputes, a claim to re-open a judgment of law due to prior fraud, and a claim for a stolen inheritance (that required investigation and was able to be resolved without lawsuit).  He has dealt with disputed wills (will contests), intentional infliction of emotional distress (a rare tort, involving an alleged outrageous conduct that would shock the conscience of any civilized person), and other varied disputes.  He has experience in conductting investigations.

Mr. Mosson only represents persons in civil litigation on an hourly fee basis.  This can include a hybrid representation: with a retainer of payment and reduced billable hour rate, plus a payment plan or contingency.

The first step will be a paid legal consultation, before representation. This information is required for any lawsuit, often permits a more informed approach, and often leads to discussion of legal and non-legal options you may not have considered.  Mr. Mosson only represents people through a mutually signed legal services agreement, and a legal consultation is just a first step and not a promise of representation.

Among his accomplishments, Mr. Mosson has served as an adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Baltimore teaching Introduction to Advocacy in 2019 and 2020.  He also taught introduction to legal writing at Goucher College in Fall 2022, while of course, practicing law.  Mr. Mosson has been named a “Rising Star” in Plaintiff’s employment law by Super Lawyers Magazine for 2017 through 2022.  He has authored legal articles on matters of Maryland civil procedure, published in the Maryland Trial Reporter, two scholarly Law Review articles, and a handbook on Maryland employment law for employees.

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.

Let him bring these skills and experiences to fight for you.

Disclaimer -- This Website by Mosson Law, LLC, Is Not Legal Advice:

The information at is intended to be generally helpful and informative. However, it is not provided as legal advice to anyone's case at court, specific circumstances, or legal issues. Legal advice under Maryland common law and U.S. federal law is specific to the "facts" at hand. In summary, this Website does not offer legal advice.

Policy Regarding Representation of Clients and Initial Contact:

It is the official policy of Mosson Law, LLC, and Gregg H. Mosson, Esq., to provide legal representation only after a person has completed and signed a written legal services agreement (LSA) and it has been mutually signed by the Attorney. Further, Mosson Law, LLC, almost always requires a Legal Consultation first, which is memorialized by signed consultation agreement. Contacting Mosson Law, LLC, and/or Gregg H. Mosson, Esq., does not create an attorney-client relationship. A phone call with someone at Mosson Law, LLC, before any Legal Consultation or Representation, is for query purposes only and to see if this firm can help. No legal advice shall be provided except via Representation or Legal Consultation, with each memorialized in writing.

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