MEET THE FOUNDERS

Dorothy Vinsky

dorothy@womenlawyersfor.me

Dorothy is a talented and focused scholar of the law, an attorney dedicated to making the world a better place with bringing funding, structure and guidance to entrepreneurs in emerging medical technology. She brings worthy emerging technology, entrepreneurs and investors together and orchestrates the successful growth up to the point of a market launch, sale to another company, and/or a secure independent future.

Dorothy wants to help save lives and orchestrates the success of her clients. She brings extensive education, a "do whatever it takes" attitude, and an extensive investor community to every client.

Dorothy is a frequent speaker on corporate and securities law topics. She has taught venture capital financing/business law and securities law at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles. She is also a contributing author to Parts II and III of Venture Capital & Public Offering Negotiation, published by Aspen Law & Business.

Before joining Royse Law Firm PC, Dorothy practiced in San Francisco with Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison LLP and Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati PC and in Los Angeles with prominent corporate and securities boutiques and in-house legal departments.

Rosemary Lemmis

rosemary@womenlawyersfor.me

Rosemary practices business and real estate law in Calabasas, California. She advises real estate clients on acquisitions and sales, financing, and leasing and has worked on large transactions in various states. She is also experienced in business entity formation, including partnerships, joint ventures, corporations, and co-tenancies. She has advised clients on private placement memoranda for the raising of capital from investors, as well as lending from institutional lenders and investors.

Rosemary is a graduate of Brown University and received her law degree from the University of Southern California. She received an award from Public Counsel in 2014 for her pro bono work in the area of community development. She has also taught at Carnegie Mellon University and the University of California at Riverside.