Roberto “R.C.” Rondero de Mosier

St. Mary’s University School of Law, J.D.
Stanford University, Bachelor of Arts, Communication 

Bar Admissions:
New York
Illinois (inactive)
U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas
U.S. District Court for the Central District of California

Civic Appointments:
City of Austin Commissioner, District 3, Economic Prosperity Commission, Chair

St. Mary’s University School of Law, Adjunct

Office: Austin
Phone: 512-277-6093
Email: [email protected]

Roberto “R.C.” Rondero de Mosier provides expert counsel to emerging high-growth businesses and their entrepreneurs and investors:

  • Startups: R.C. has helped guide numerous startups across the United States from formation through private placement offerings and, in many cases, through acquisition. Not only does he serve as a trusted legal adviser to his clients, but in some instances, he also serves the additional roles of board observer or advisory board member. R.C. has created numerous valuable relationships with members of the Central Texas fundraising ecosystem and regularly counsels clients on how to best position themselves for funding and/or acquisition.
  • Founders: Through his representation of startups, R.C. has cultivated meaningful relationships with company founders, many of whom have bold visions and the potential to make a big impact on the way we see and do things. These founders rely on R.C. to help them manage their legal affairs, grow their entrepreneurial ventures, and increase their personal assets and influence.
  • Advocacy: R.C. regularly engages with state agencies and influencers to advance client agendas. From 2013 to 2014, he was instrumental in advocating for legislators and regulators to create a new regulatory scheme under which the Texas State Securities Board implemented rules allowing for intrastate equity crowdfunding. Additionally, he regularly advocates on behalf of The Recording Academy in the Texas and U.S. legislatures in support of his creative clients, preserving their intellectual property rights and related income streams.

R.C. also serves as Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel of The Gober Group, where he manages firm operations and client services.

Prior to entering the legal profession, R.C. graduated from Stanford University in Palo Alto and entered the booming start-up sector, where he helped develop a small company into a cross promotional events and sports marketing business. He later went on to recruit and develop sales managers across the United States for one of the largest business to business sales companies in the world. R.C.’s knowledge of business management, along with his sales background, has provided him the needed experience to help clients address both their individual and business growth needs.

Upon finishing law school, R.C. worked in the corporate sector for Thomson Reuters and worked in a division later acquired by Leeds Equity. He then founded a corporate transactional law practice, which he grew and sold within three years. As an owner of a few small business ventures and a member of the leadership of, R.C. continues to advise small businesses and startups across the country from multiple perspectives.

R.C. maintains consistent community involvement in Austin, having served on several nonprofit boards from Latinitas, Inc. to the Austin Symphony BATS. He currently serves on the board of Asociación de Empresarios Mexicanos and volunteers time to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Texas and Austin Pets Alive. In 2015, R.C. was honored as an Austin Under 40 Awards finalist, recognizing Austin’s emerging professionals and community leaders.