ABOUT ATTORNEY JONATHON MOSELEY
Jonathon Moseley delivers the results you need at a price you can afford.
Jonathon Moseley is a licensed attorney in the Commonwealth of Virginia, admitted before the Supreme Court of Virginia (meaning that he is admitted in all the Courts of Virginia). He is admitted in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia and the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.
Moseley's depth and inter-disciplinary abilities have often proven extremely valuable to finding the best solutions for a client's real needs instead of superficially applying knee-jerk, 'off the shelf' legal responses. Many attorneys know only the practice of law, and see things only within their familiar patterns.
Jonathon Moseley is a graduate of George Mason University School of Law in Arlington, Virginia, with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration majoring in Finance from the University of Florida with a graduate year of accounting. Moseley pursued a physics degree at Hampshire College taking courses at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, before changing to business school. He spent 5 years in the U.S. Department of Education working with budgeting, government contracting, grants, the auditing of goverment grants and contracts, and Federal management issues.
Jonathon Moseley brings a breadth of experiences and knowledge to legal assistance for clients, drawn from a three-dimensional and diverse career. Moseley's depth and inter-disciplinary abilities have often proven extremely valuable to finding the best solutions for a client's real needs.
An attorney like Moseley can examine your whole situation without blinders and see what others easily miss. Moseley has often helped clients by recognizing, exploring, and developing possibilities that were missed by attorneys with one-track thinking.
Licensed in the State of Virginia.
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Admitted in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia.
Admitted in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.
Admitted in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Virginia.
Some businessmen express concerns that their attorneys do not understand the needs of business. When attorneys get involved they tend to screw up the business deal or interfere with getting things done rather than helping businessmen get to where they are trying to go. That is sometimes from focusing on improbable risks. Some attorneys may fail to consider how the client's overall business interests and reputation can be affected.
Jonathon Moseley brings a businessman's perspective to solving legal problems. Clients have found and commented that keeps attention on the goals of the business and achieving overall success in the big picture. Moseley has often helped clients by recognizing, exploring, and developing possibilities that were missed by attorneys with one-track thinking.
Meanwhile, for criminal defense matters, the criminal defense team of Virginia Attorney Jonathon Moseley with legal strategist and consultant Norm ("Storm") Bradford (aka "The DWI Guy") offers unparalleled criminal defense.
Twenty-two years ago in December 1996, Mr. Moseley graduated from the George Mason University School of Law in Arlington, Virginia, in the top 11% of his class. Moseley was a member of GMU's Law Review, invited in his second year based on academic achievement. George Mason law school is internationally recognized for its focus on the interaction of law with economics and business. Moseley attended George Mason law school together with Virginia's current Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli. Moseley served as elected Student Body Vice President and was a leader on campus in the Christian Legal Society.
Long before law school, in 1984 Moseley graduated from the University of Florida with a Finance degree (Bachelor of Science in Business Administration), followed by a year of graduate studies in Accounting. Moseley attended Eaglebrook Academy and then Northfield Mt. Hermon (where his father was school physician), and then graduated high school from prestigious prep-school Deerfield Academy in Deerfield, Massachusetts, and spent two years studying physics at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst by exchange cooperation while enrolled at Hampshire College.
After a paid internship in the U.S. Congress, he worked in political public relations at General Daniel Graham's "High Frontier" and the "Center for Peace and Freedom" dealing with foreign policy issues, military preparedness, the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, and the Cold War. (The Center was an independent organization created with the help of the Heritage Foundation, with its offices in the Heritage Foundation building.)
In 1987, Moseley went to work at the U.S. Department of Education in Washington, beginning a rotational program as a Management Analyst in the Executive Office at OBEMLA (the Office of Bilingual Education and Minority Languages Affairs), handling government contracting, budgets, and personnel issues (although not himself a Spanish speaker, unfortunately). Moseley then joined the Office of Management, Management Improvement Service where he worked with government contracting issues, the audit resolution process, and a variety of OMB-driven quality-improvement and productivity improvement programs such as Total Quality Management, OMB Circular A-76 and Circular A-133. Moseley used his extensive computer expertise to guide, plan, and shepherd the development of a Department-wide computer system for audit resolution, facing many bureaucratic obstacles. He finished his 5th year in government at the Center for Choice in Education, promoting charter schools, flexible choice among public schools, and expanded parental choice among public and private schools and home schooling.
After law school, Moseley worked at the public interest law firm "Judicial Watch," and then became in-house counsel for a small businesses SWPP Development Corp and thousand-acre Ticonderoga Farms. For most of the five years starting in 1999, he advised, strategized, planned and litigated regulatory, tax, real estate, and business disputes for the related companies. He represented the companies' interests politically before the County and State governemnts. moseley drafted and proposed several items of legislation which were introduced in the Virginia General Assembly, and some of which were enacted into law.
At the 50-year-old, Maryland-based law firm of Protas, Spivok & Collins, Moseley was responsible for litigation and debt collection cases for the entire State of Virginia. While at PSC, Moseley personally appeared in court in around 1,500 lawsuits in courts all over the Northern half of Virginia, and supervised cases in remote regions of Virginia under reciprocal arrangements with other law firms.
Moseley was an associate attorney at Plofchan & Associates working on a wide variety of cases from wrongful death to construction disputes, criminal defense, wills, and estate planning. He represented hundreds of business dispute and debt collection cases as an associate with the Greenberg Law Firm out of Roanoke, and in private solo practice.
He then worked for several years as in-house counsel and Vice President of the Transguardian company (growing out of the Gemcheck company), advising the business on legal concerns, allowable business opportunities, contracts, and legal disputes.
Before and during law school, Moseley brought humanitarian aid to people and churches in Eastern Europe and Russia and helped found a church in Jurmala (Riga), Latvia with Pastor Bob Perry. This led to Moseley teaching sales and management in the private business seminar firm International Trendsetters based in Riga, Latvia. Moseley lived and worked among Latvian society like a native, speaking the local language of business, Russian. This work also led Moseley to write the spy novel Cold Peace.
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