Legal Consultations and Investigations
On Legal Consultations:
Generally, Mr. Mosson requires that any potential client meet for a one-time legal consultation first, before any representation can commence.
Mr. Mosson does this to ensure (1) he can help, that (2) the representation is appropriate and (3) feasible economically; and (4) he can advise the client on his or her legal and non-legal options. Mr. Mosson’s approach to the law is holistic and mindful.
These hour-long consultations are priced according to the complexity of the matter, the resources needed to evaluate the problems presented, as well as the needs of the person involved. A legal consultation is not a promise of representation. During it, Mr. Mosson provides legal advice.
Any legal consultation will be memorialized by signed agreement first before it starts.
More About Investigations:
In complex civil and employment matters, Mr. Mosson may recommend an extended investigation and /or extended consultation, so the matter can be investigated before advising on how best to proceed before court or with the government.
This usually is a flat fee basis, and may include production of a memorandum of legal analysis for the client to consider before further proceeding.
When considering the time and economic investment of a lawsuit, Mr. Mosson may or may not recommend an extended consultation first, or recommend issuing a demand in writing for settlement first along with an investigation to develop the legal claim. It depends.
Further on occasion, Mr. Mosson represents a small business in Baltimore County, Maryland, or nearby to help them handle employment matters and workplace investigations. His investigations include documented procedure and practices to ensure proven legal compliance and best practices.
Any extended consultation or investigation will require a mutually signed legal services agreement first.