Rebekah Pineda

Rebekah Pineda

Executive Assistant

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.

In The News

Jordan Rose, founder and president of Rose Law Group, featured in national ABA Journal: The metaverse has failed to live up to expectations, but could it make a comeback?

By Matt Reynolds | ABA Journal At one point, the metaverse was a groundbreaking piece of technology that promised to change lives and revolutionize industries. The term, first coined by novelist Neal Stephenson in his 1992 book Snow Crash, describes a world where people interact in a digital society and economy using avatars. In the intervening years, the concept has become

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Resolution Copper and Superior Community Working Group sign landmark agreement

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Resolution Copper.) By Silver Belt SUPERIOR — Representatives from Resolution Copper, a joint venture between Rio Tinto and BHP, and communities and organizations around Superior, Arizona, met on March 20 to sign a Good Neighbor Agreement, forging a commitment for a two-way dialogue that will provide both sides with a means to meet the needs and interests

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Rose Law Group’s pioneering metaverse practice referenced in Wall Street Journal report: Why Arizona law firms are a hot investment for private equity

By Erin Mulvaney | Wall Street Journal Arizona launched a program to expand access to legal services for people who can’t afford or find lawyers. Three years later, the program is catching Wall Street’s eye. In most states, the owners of law firms need to be attorneys. But the Arizona Supreme Court lifted that barrier, and since 2021, nonlawyers can

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