Gregg H. Mosson

Top rated employment litigation attorney in Towson, Maryland

Mosson Law, LLC
Gregg H. Mosson
Mosson Law, LLC

Practice Areas: Employment litigation, Family law, Social security disability; view more

Licensed in Maryland since: 2012

Education: University of Baltimore School of Law

Selected to Rising Stars: 2017 - 2022

Mosson Law, LLC

1 Olympic Place
Suite 900
Towson, MD 21204 Visit website

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Attorney Gregg Mosson offers representation and support to clients from throughout the Baltimore metropolitan area and the surrounding counties in Maryland who face legal challenges that fall under the following practice areas:

• Employment law, including retaliation, discrimination, wrongful termination, wage and hour claims, and disability rights violations;

• Family law, including divorce, separation, property division, alimony, child custody and paternity; and

• Disability benefits from Social Security, including applications for benefits, appeals of denial, hearings, and appeals to the Social Security Appeals Council.

Mr. Mosson practices at Mosson Law LLC, in Towson, Maryland, and regularly before the state and federal governments and courts in Maryland. He earned his law degree from the University of Baltimore School of Law in May 2012, graduating Summa Cum Laude and as an associate editor of the Law Review.  He also earned a Bachelor of Arts from Portland State University and a Master of Arts from Johns Hopkins University in the fields of English and writing. In 2012, the State of Maryland approved him to practice law in its courtrooms, and he has served the state's residents since that time. 

Mr. Mosson has already built a reputation as one of Maryland's most promising young attorneys. In fact, the respect he quickly earned from the legal community, combined with his graduate work, led to a faculty position at University of Baltimore where he taught rhetorical composition.  He is on the editorial board of the Maryland Trial Reporter, published by the Maryland Association of Justice.  His legal scholarly writing has been cited in decisional opinons by the Delaware Supreme Court and Maryland Court of Appeals.

Attorney Mosson is an active member of the legal community. He is a member of a number of organizations, including the Maryland State Bar Association, the Baltimore County Bar Association and the Maryland Association for Justice.

Practice areas

Employment litigation: plaintiff, Family law, Social security disability

Focus areas

Employment discrimination, Wrongful termination, Retaliation, Alimony & spousal support, Custody & visitation, Divorce, Paternity

  • 50% Employment litigation: plaintiff
  • 30% Family law
  • 20% Social security disability

First Admitted: 2012, Maryland

Professional Webpage: https://www.mossonlaw.com/pages/about-attorney-gregg-mosson-...

Scholarly Lectures/Writings:
  • Teaching first year, second semester introduction to advocacy and persuasive legal writing (Spring 2019), Adjunct Professor of Law, Introduction to Advocacy, University of Baltimore School of Law
  • 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)
  • Comment, Equitable Subrogation in Maryland Mortgages and the Restatement of Property: A Historical Analysis for Contemporary Solutions, 41 U. BAL L. REV. 709 (2012)
  • University of Baltimore, Undergraduate Writing Program, Baltimore, MD August 2014—May 2015 - Teach rhetorical analysis and professional writing on Thursday evenings
  • Art Institute of Washington, Writing Instructor; Arlington, VA June 2008-June 2009 - Teach introduction to academic writing at first-generation vocational college
  • Baltimore City Public School System, Seventh Grade English Teacher; Baltimore, MD June 2007-June 2008 - Teach two sections of English and one of Social Studies in inner city classroom as a Baltimore Teaching Resident
  • Taught “Introduction to Literature I & II", Teaching Fellow and Lecturer, Johns Hopkins Writing Seminars, 2004
Pro bono/Community Service:
  • Trial Reporter Magazine, Maryland Association of Justice, Editorial Board Member (2014 to present date)
Educational Background:
  • Johns Hopkins University Writing Seminars, Baltimore, MD, M.A. in Writing Seminars, May 2004
  • Portland State University, Portland, OR, B.A. in English, August 2000
Honors/Awards:
  • Law Scholar for Contracts II, Contracts LLM & Civil Proc. LLM, University of Baltimore School of Law, 2012
  • Teaching Scholar, University of Baltimore School of Law, 2011
  • Summa Cum Laude, Rank 9/343, GPA 3.81, University of Baltimore School of Law, 2012
  • Litigation Fellow, Snyder Center for Litigation, University of Baltimore, 2011
Special Licenses/Certifications:
  • Federal Bar License, U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland, 2013
  • Mediation Certificate under Maryland Rule 17 (Spring 2012), University of Baltimore School of Law; Mediation CLE (MSBA Spring 2016), 2012
  • Child's Counsel Training, 2016
Other Outstanding Achievements:
  • Adjunct Professor of Law, University of Baltimore School of Law, Introduction to Advocacy, (Jan. - May 2019) (teaching rising 1L, second semester law students) , 2019
Bar/Professional Activity:
  • Maryland State Bar Association, Member, 2019
  • Maryland Association of Justice, Member, 2019
  • Baltimore County Bar Association, Member, 2019
  • Maryland Association of Justice Trial Reporter Magazine, Editorial Board Member, 2019
  • Baltimore County Laywer Referral Service, Member (Employment Panel), 2019
White Papers:
  • This 200-page guide provides an overview of primary employment laws for Maryland employees, and what to do when facing a variety of legal problems in a down-to-earth, digestible style.  Available through any bookstore., Employee Rights in Maryland: A Concise Guide for Knowing and Protecting Your Rights (Advantage Media 2021), Maryland Employees, Maryland Labor, 2021
  • The Fourth Circuit's Day decision bars any civil action against a witness, including for intentionally false or conspiratorial testimony, though one can file criminal charges for instance; and Maryland state law may follow suit., Fourth Circuit Upholds Witness Testimony Privilege to Bar All Civil Liability, 2019
  • Maryland protects people from "gender identity" discrimination in employment and housing, with gender identity defined as an expressive trait rather than a biological attribute; futher, federal case law under Title VII nationally is trending the same way and expanding under the concept of 'gender stereotype discrimination' as a form of sex discrimination, as discussed in this overview article published in the Maryland Trial Reporter (Summer 2018), reprinted at the Daily Record (July 27, 2018)., Gender Identity: The New Protected Class, 2018
  • Maryland’s highest court created a new cause of action against local and state governments  for damage to private property if the damage results from a longstanding failure to regulate, the danger was well "known," and so, there arose an affirmative duty to act. See Litz v. Md. Dep’t of the Env’t, 446 Md. 254, 131 A.3d 923 (2016). While what constitutes a longstanding, known danger rendering a government liable in tort to private property owners is not strictly defined, the Litz decision and the facts discussed therein provide a guide (co-authored and published in the Maryland Trial Reporter)., Failure to Regulate: Governmental Liability Under Litz, 2017
  • Civil plaintiffs in Maryland can present calculations of total attorney’s fees and costs to juries as admissible evidence for use in determining a punitive damages award. St. Luke Evangelical Lutheran Church v. Smith, 318 Md. 337 (Md. 1988) (published in the Maryland Trial Reporter)., Obtaining Attorney's Fees Through Punitive Damages, 2016
  • This article examined the proposed changes in the Discovery Guidelines of the Maryland State Bar, which since have been approved and published, and some of the rationales behind the changes offered by the drafting Committee for the State Bar (published in the Maryland Trial Reporter, Special Issue 2015, pp. 17-20)., Revising the Maryland State Bar’s Discovery Guidelines, 2015
  • In construing the Maryland Wage Payment and Collection Law, the Court of Appeals clarified that claims for owed overtime can be brought under this payment law as well as under the Maryland Wage and Hour Law.  The Court also outlined the process by which a trial court should consider awarding punitive damages to a wronged employee, and more strongly consider awarding attorney fees for an employee who prevails (published in the Maryland Trial Reporter)., Peters v. Early Healthcare Giver, Inc.: Overtime Claims Can Be Brought Under the Maryland Wage Payment and Collection Law, 2015
  • In an employee's challenge to a denial of disability benefits under private sector insurance, where the insurer making the decision also would be liable for paying that employee, the U.S. Supreme Court now permits some limited discovery of whether a conflict of interest tainted that decision, when challenging the insurer in federal court, under Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. v. Glenn, 514 U.S. 105 (2008) (co-author and published in the Maryland Bar Journal, Nov.-Dec. 2013, pp. 20-25)., ERISA - The Changing Landscape For Disability Benefit Claims, 2013
  • A scholarly look at the origin of subrogation in equity from U.K. to U.S. law, and since the 1990s, as increasingly used by banks in repairing defective mortgages at court, to the disadvantage of those less aware of equitable subrogation (published in the University of Baltimore Law Review, 41 U. BALT. L. REV. 709, Summer 2012)., Equitable Subrogation in Maryland Mortgages, 2012
  • 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 is a scholarly article on how the mortgage-backed security industry changed the legal handling of mortgages, before, and especially during and after the U.S. financial crisis and housing depreciation of 2007-2009; with a focus on how many lenders and lender-servicers pushed through foreclosures without proper procedure.  The article has a spotlight section on what happened in Maryland (published in Western State University Law Review, 40 W. ST. U. L. REV. 31, Fall 2012)., Robosigning Foreclosures, 2012

Office location for Gregg H. Mosson

1 Olympic Place
Suite 900
Towson, MD 21204

Phone: 443-226-0601

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