RODNEY R. MOY has extensive experience assisting clients with small business, real estate, and construction law matters. He enjoys working with entrepreneurs and business professionals by helping them form corporations, limited liability companies or partnerships; drafting and negotiating contracts; navigating regulatory compliance issues; assisting with dispute resolution; and conducting corporate training for executive officers and project management staff. In addition, Rod is a keen problem-solver with property owners and developers. He conducts extensive foreclosure counseling for individuals and engages in complex negotiation of commercial leases and financing for developers and other real estate owners.
Having served as Swinerton Builders' Assistant General Counsel for six years, and currently serving as Vice President and General Counsel for Cal Roofing Systems, Inc. (a family-owned and operated business in Solano County), Rod brings a wealth of practical business knowledge and a diverse array of experience to his client matters. Some of his notable work includes:
- Assisting entrepreneurs with reviewing entity formation options and helping them form their new business entities;
- Negotiating construction contracts that often exceeded $100 million in value for high profile projects such as museums, hospitals, hotels, solar energy farms, and various office and condominium towers;
- Working with governmental agencies such as the University of California system, Los Angeles Unified School District, and the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency to help foster public/private cooperation; and
- Aiding small businesses in establishing standard operating procedures for EPA, OSHA, and DLSE compliance.
A Northern California native, Rod served as both a writer and editor for the Pacific Law Journal at the McGeorge School of Law, graduating with Distinction. He started his legal career at McDonough Holland and Allen in the construction litigation practice group working with high-profile Sacramento contractors and developers.
Passionate about giving back to the community, Rod volunteered for two years at the Senior Legal Hotline, providing foreclosure counseling to seniors. Most recently, he serves on the Board of Directors for Rebuilding Together Sacramento.