Business lawyer and managing member Rosemarie Moyeno Matos advises her clients on all aspects of running their businesses. Whether counseling start-ups on entity selection, licensing, and capital raising, or guiding existing businesses and non-profit organizations through commercial transactions, day-to-day administration, and compliance matters, Rosemarie is a knowledgeable advocate who will fight for you.
A practicing lawyer for nearly 20 years, Rosemarie has acquired extensive knowledge in wide range of practice areas, including business, cannabis, insurance, environmental, regulatory compliance, and real estate law. She has a keen awareness of the risks and complexities of running a successful, legally compliant business and offers her clients a well-balanced, cost-effective approach to best practices, problem-solving, and risk mitigation.
Rosemarie focuses a large portion of her practice on representing entrepreneurs, start-ups, small businesses, and non-profits in various industries, offering comprehensive legal advice designed to protect her clients from avoidable exposure and unexpected risks. Her services include counseling on all aspects of business operations, including, among others, formation, permitting, insurance coverage, real estate transactions, regulatory compliance matters, environmental issues, negotiating commercial transactions, and drafting tailored governing documents, contracts, and policy manuals.
In recent years, Rosemarie has ventured into the expanding legalized medical marijuana, hemp, and CBD industries on the east coast, offering business and licensing services. She currently represents cannabis, hemp, and CBD businesses, including clients who submitted applications for Alternative Treatment Center permit endorsements during requests for applications issued by the New Jersey Department of Health in 2018 and 2019.
Before establishing her current practice, Rosemarie was a litigation associate at Edwards and Angell, LLP (now Locke Lord, LLP) where she worked in the firm’s environmental and insurance practice groups. During her ten years at the firm, she served as a member of the firm’s Diversity Committee and a Summer Associate Mentor.
An experienced arbitrator, Rosemarie served as a member and Vice-Chair of Hudson County’s Fee Arbitration Committee, District VI, from 2012 to 2016. During her tenure there, she conducted hearings on fee disputes, determining awards, and rendering written opinions as part of a three-member panel. From 2012 through 2013, Rosemarie was an adjunct professor at Union County Community College, teaching Law Office Technology.
Rosemarie is a proud graduate of New Jersey’s Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s 2020 Latina Entrepreneurship Training Series (LETS) and currently serves as a coach for LETS and the Hispanic Entrepreneurship Training Program (HETPs). As a HETP and LETS coach she offers legal consultations on participants’ individual business needs.