Experienced Representation For Complex Legal Issues
Over 35 Years of High-Quality,
Cost-Effective Legal Representation
Over 30 Years of High-Quality, Cost-Effective Legal Representation
Based in Texas and Florida, Coane and Associates, PLLC serves clients all around the globe with
complex immigration law, employment law and general litigation needs.
Our Practice Areas
Civil & Business
Litigation In Texas
Helping Families And Business Owners Resolve Immigration Concerns
Standing Up For Employee Rights
Our employment law services include providing efficient legal representation for clients involved with cases about:
- Discrimination based on age, gender, race, religion, sex, disability and sexual orientation
- Sexual harassment
- Hostile work environment
- Wrongful termination
If you are struggling in a threatening work environment or feel you have been unfairly terminated from your job, contact our firm to seek swift legal advice from an experienced employment law attorney.
Representation in the Schoolhouse and the Courthouse
Coane and Associates, PLLC helps students and their parents navigate the Texas education system and supports teachers and other Texas public school district employees in employment issues. Services for students and their parents include school district grievances and complaints, truancy matters, discipline and academic concerns, Title IX cases, and legal representation in discipline due process hearings, grievance hearings, matters involving the Texas Education Agency and the U.S. Department of Education, and special education meetings. Services for school district employees include response and rebuttal to performance appraisals, grievances and complaints, and legal representation in Texas Education Code Chapter 21 termination/nonrenewal hearings, investigations by the Texas Education Agency, and Texas educator certification revocation hearings at the State Office of Administrative hearings in Austin. Our law firm is also available to provide legal representation in litigation in state and federal court (if administrative remedies have been exhausted, as required by the Texas Education Code).