Rosen Law is an international business law firm, comprised of Mexican and American attorneys with offices in Baja California (Los Cabos), the Riviera Maya (Playa del Carmen) and a representative office in Southern California (San Diego).

The firm is founded on:

  • Accomplishing One Mission– Building long-term client relationships based on trust, effective communication, and responsiveness


  • Fulfilling One Goal– Driving secure and successful cross-border transactions and foreign investment in Mexico through effective legal counseling


  • Advising North American clients from a wide-range of sectors on doing business in Mexico


  • Serving as a full-service law firm to businesses and individuals in one broad sector in Mexico: real estate, leisure & hospitality, and tourism

Business is about relationships. It’s about partnering with the right people and creating synergies to help your business succeed. Rosen Law not only provides a service, but we are also your partner because our success depends on your success in Mexico.

Rosen Law attorneys are bilingual and bicultural professionals who bridge American and Canadian investors and entrepreneurs to Mexico. We understand and respond to the needs and expectations of the demanding North American client, and at the same time, we possess the local know-how, relationships and experience to deliver effective, innovative, tailor-made solutions in Mexico.

With attorneys admitted in both the United States and Mexico, Rosen Law can structure and conduct a wide variety of cross-border business transactions and draft contracts and legal documents subject to US and Mexican law, seamlessly.

The firm’s partners have 50-plus years of combined experience in advising clients in foreign investment, corporate, finance, real estate, leisure & hospitality, tourism, resorts and hotels, timeshare and fractionals, condominiums and homeowners’ associations, gaming, environmental project development, international trade, international tax, labor law, litigation and dispute resolution matters in Mexico.

The firm also has developed an extensive network of correspondents in Mexico, based on both geography and expertise.

We have likewise parlayed our depth of experience in the Mexican leisure and hospitality sector to now offer cross-border transactions and resort and hospitality law services to US developers, investors and operators doing business in Latin America and the Caribbean.


Our present and past clients come from a wide-variety of industries and sectors, and include:

  • Real estate developers, investors, managers and brokers
  • Individual buyers and sellers of second homes, vacation homes and condominiums, residential lots and investment properties including retirees and baby-boomers
  • Owners, managers and operators of residential, commercial and industrial developments
  • Hotels, resorts, timeshare, vacation and destination clubs and shopping centers.
  • Tourism related businesses including aviation and marine, entertainment, restaurants and bars
  • Lenders, banks, REITs, private equity funds and capital sources
  • Individuals wishing to start up a small business in Mexico either individually or in partnership
  • Environmental technology and services companies
  • Energy companies, including oil & gas, electric power and renewable energy
  • Maquiladoras and manufacturing enterprises
  • Import-export companies

Pro Bono

Rosen Law attorneys have recently helped lower income people avoid foreclosures in both Mexico and the United States.

Representative Matters

Please contact one of our team members for a list and description of representative matters.


Rosen Law, S.C. is a Mexican law firm and its attorneys practice Mexican law. Neither Rosen Law nor any of its attorneys practice California law. Ben Rosen is also admitted in Washington state and therefore occasionally may practice Washington law.

Privacy Notice

Rosen Law, S.C. (hereinafter “the Firm”) located at Paseo del Estero Esq. Carretera Transpeninsular Km. 30, Plaza Los Portales, Local 205, San Jose del Cabo, Baja California Sur, Mexico, is the data controller for purposes of the processing and protection of your personaldata, which is processed as strictly confidential in accordance with the provisions of the Federal Law on Protection of Personal Data Held by Private Parties (hereinafter the “Personal Data Law”).

We will use your personal data collected through this and any other meansfor the provision of legal advice and legal services to you, and to integrate and manage our internal records and files, for sending legal information and developments regarding the provision of our legal services, and for administrative and billing purposes. For the aforementioned purposes, we need to collect personal data such as: name, names of companies, shareholders, partners, properties, e-mail, telephone, address, tax ID, as well as all the information that you provide us in connection with the indicated purposes.

In terms of article 68 of the Regulation of the Personal Data Law and article 36 of such law, you hereby expressly agree and authorize any transfer of your Personal Data made by the Firm to related companies, subsidiaries, suppliers or customers. Moreover, the Firm ensures that all transfers shall comply, at all times, with article 36 of the Personal Data Law and 68 of the Regulation of the Personal Data Law.

We have enough security measures for the protection, confidentiality and assurance of your personal data to restrict the access to un-authorized people. Likewise, our employees, representatives, subcontractors, consultants and/or third parties involved in any stage of processing of your personal data will keep confidentiality with respect to these, obligation that shall continue until the end of the relationship between such persons.

You have the right to access, rectify and cancel your personal data, oppose to the processing of such data, limit its use or disclosure, or revoke the consent that you have granted us to process your data, by sending an email to

This privacy notice might be changed, modified or updated due to new legal requirements; our own needs based on the services we offer; our privacy practices, or for other reasons. We will keep you informed on any changes to this privacy notice through the information available at our web site