Jerome Mohsen is a litigator with substantial experience in insurance law, shareholder disputes, municipal law, administrative law, consumer actions, health law, bid protests, and contract law. Mr. Mohsen has represented local, national, and international firms, as well as big cities, in state and federal trial courts. Mr. Mohsen has practiced in the Wisconsin Court of Appeals and argued in front of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.


Committed to pro bono service, Mr. Mohsen has represented local and national nonprofit organizations, renters at risk of eviction, and citizens seeking to enforce their constitutional rights.  He has received numerous awards for his pro bono work in federal and state courts.


Mr. Mohsen graduated magna cum laude from Marquette University Law School where he was a senior comment editor at the Marquette Law Review. He also received a Bachelor’s Degree, magna cum laude, from Carroll University as well as a D.E.U.G, a License, and a Maîtrise (with honors) from Université Bordeaux Montaigne, France. Before joining Gass Turek LLC,  Mr. Mohsen practiced at Quarles & Brady LLP in the litigation and dispute resolution practice group.


Mr. Mohsen is bilingual French-English and fluent in Spanish. He has assisted clients with French-language disputes in Québec and France, non-compete agreements in France, and service agreements in French-speaking African countries. Mr. Mohsen has also monitored proceedings in French courts on behalf of American clients.