J.D., University of Baltimore
M.A., Johns Hopkins University
B.A., Portland State University
Mr. Mosson focuses on representing employees in claims of illegal discrimination, retaliation, disability rights violations, wrongful termination and owed wages. He represents people seeking Social Security disability benefits, and also, represents family members navigating the complexities of separation, divorce, custody, alimony, marital asset and retirement distribution disputes.
Attorney Gregg Mosson practices regularly in Maryland state and federal courts, as well as before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”), Maryland Commission on Civil Rights, Social Security Administration, Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation (“DLLR”), Baltimore City Community Relations Commission, and other State administrative bodies. Mr. Mosson regularly represents persons seeking disability benefits at Social Security hearings throughout Maryland and Washington D.C. Let him bring these skills and experiences to work for you.
Mr. Mosson brings a solutions-oriented approach and strategic thinking to help his clients succeed. His legal articles and scholarship have appeared in the University of Baltimore Law Review, Western State University Law Review, Maryland Bar Journal, and Trial Reporter of the Maryland Association for Justice. His Law Review articles have been cited by the Delaware Supreme Court in Eastern Sav. Bank v. Cach, LLC (2015) and Maryland Court of Appeals in Atty. Griev. Comm. v. Dore (2013). Let him use his experience to fight for you!