Rebekah Pineda joined Rose Law Group in 2015 and is the Executive Assistant to Jordan Rose. She has a passion for helping others whatever the need may be.
After hours, Rebekah enjoys spending time with her husband and two small boys. She stays active whether it be at the gym or running around chasing her boys. To balance the physical side, she makes time to watch scary movies and you can always find her cooking up something new.
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Rose Law Group names Tom Galvin director of firm’s Opportunity Zone Group
By YourValley The Rose Law Group has named partner and Maricopa County Supervisor Thomas Galvin as director of its opportunity zone group. Rose Law Group was one of the first law firms in the county to get actively involved in Opportunity Zones, as soon as the economic development and tax benefit tool became effective in 2018. Galvin has background in
Pinal Partnership Breakfast: County supervisors talk Lucid, mining, roads and more during discussion moderated by Rose Law Group Founder and President Jordan Rose
Photo via Lucid Motors By Mark Cowling | Pinal Central Electric cars are facing skepticism similar to the kind that Henry Ford argued against 100 years ago, Pinal Partnership members and guests heard Friday morning. Mike Cruz, who is beginning a new role as head of government relations for Lucid Motors, commented on the Lucid job cuts announced days previously. “Obviously they’re going through
The ChatGPT king isn’t worried, but he knows you might be; Rose Law Group Founder and President Jordan Rose comments
By Cade Metz | New York Times I first met Sam Altman in the summer of 2019, days after Microsoft agreed to invest $1 billion in his three-year-old start-up, OpenAI. At his suggestion, we had dinner at a small, decidedly modern restaurant not far from his home in San Francisco. Halfway through the meal, he held up his iPhone so I could see