Gordon L. Mowen, II
Gordon is an experienced litigator and has seen multiple cases to verdict. From pre-suit investigations, discovery, pretrial proceedings, dispositive motions, and trial, Gordon has years of experience defending against hundreds of claims—ranging from premises and personal injury claims, insurance coverage issues, environmental and products cases, and employment litigation—in both State and Federal court, and various administrative bodies. He has built his practice around obtaining successful results for his clients.
Gordon is also an accomplished appellate advocate and has practiced before the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, and the United States Supreme Court. He has handled hundreds of appeals and argued over a dozen cases in front of the Supreme Court of Appeals. In 2018, Gordon co-wrote an amicus brief on behalf of a 28-State coalition in The American Legion, et al. v. American Humanist Association, et al., No. 17-1717, and Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission v. American Humanist Association, et. al., No. 18-18, two cases in which the United States Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of a publicly-maintained World War I memorial, a copy of which is available on SCOTUS’ docket, here: Docket for 17-1717 (supremecourt.gov)
A graduate with honors of the University of Kentucky College of Law, Gordon served as the Articles Editor on the Kentucky Law Review, and his note was published in the 101st Volume.
Gordon currently serves as General Counsel to a multistate corporate client in the manufacturing and energy industries.