Carey Herbert Will Be Key Addition to RLG’s Highly Regarded Corporate Transactions Department
(SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.) – Rose Law Group pc is proud to announce the hiring of Carey Herbert to the RLG’s Business and Corporate Transactions Department. At RLG, Herbert will provide counsel and legal direction to individuals and companies of all sizes throughout Arizona in a wide variety of industries and businesses on issues involving complicated mergers and acquisitions transactions, as well as corporate law.
An alumnus of the University of Arizona’s Eller School of Management, Herbert most recently served as President and Assistant General Counsel for a real estate investment sponsor in Scottsdale, AZ, where she provided leadership and oversight of the sponsor’s funds. She was also responsible for organizing, implementing, and overseeing their operations. As part of their legal team, Herbert managed a variety of matters, including securities, corporate, product structuring and immigration, financial pro forma and fund modeling.
Before that, she spent eight years as a member of the corporate securities department in the Phoenix office of an international law firm, where her corporate securities transactional practice included private and public securities offerings, IPOs, public company reporting, mergers and acquisitions, banking, and financial restructuring. She also worked with Enforcement Division of the Securities and Exchange Commission in New York City.
“Carey joins RLG with a wide breadth of experience and education,” said Jordan Rose, founder of Rose Law Group. “As an individual who possesses a Ph.D. and MBA in addition to her J.D., Herbert’s credentials are unrivaled. Carey’s strengths will yet be another asset for our firm in protecting our clients in their business transactions.”
Rose Law Group’s business and corporate transactions department’s team of attorneys has extensive experience with emerging businesses, as well as privately held and publicly traded entities in diverse industries and professions, including but is not limited to construction, real estate development, technology, cannabis, intellectual property, solar and other energy sources, business consulting, management, human resources, agriculture, automotive, manufacturing, financial institutions and banking, physician practice groups and healthcare, sports, hotels and resorts and charitable endeavors. Furthermore, this team provides assistance with the formation of non-profit entities and the preparation and filing of federal and state tax exempt applications for non-profit entities.
“Rose Law Group’s business and corporate transactions attorneys are some of the most knowledgeable in the state,” said Herbert. “I am incredibly excited to join RLG and look forward to advancing our clients’ business and corporate interests immediately.”
Rose Law Group is a full service business and real estate law firm also providing services ranging from land use/zoning and real estate transactions, development agreements, complex finance, tax appeals, trusts and estates and family law, to employment, election law, litigation, corporate formation/structure and lobbying. Rose Law Group is consistently involved in some of the State’s biggest and most important issues, from representing the family of the Dallas Ebola victim, to County Sheriffs on Senate Bill 1070 litigation, to revolutionizing the provision of distributed solar generation in Arizona and defending the State’s rights in litigation involving medical marijuana.