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In 1982, the law firm of Ellis, Koeneke & Ramirez, L.L.P. embarked on a mission to try and provide full-service representation to its client in both litigation and transactional matters. Since 1982 the firm’s litigation practice has grown from the representation of financial institutions and oil and gas companies in commercial disputes to include a full-service litigation boutique for both Plaintiffs and Defendants. Since 2002 the firm has spearheaded nationwide litigation against a large, multinational accounting firm for its sale of improper tax avoidance products to consumers. Remaining true to its original heritage, the firm has continued to provide estate planning, probate and business entity advice to is clients under the direction of two attorneys who have attained Board Certification in Estate Planning and Probate.

 

The firm strives to maintain a balance between litigation and transaction services for clients in South Texas, Texas, and the United States. The firm is proud to represent individuals, family business enterprises, and Fortune 500 companies to meet their legal needs. The firm attempts to provide representation to clients on specific matters and does not categorize itself as a “plaintiff” or “defense” firm.

 

The firm has assembled a diverse group of attorneys in order to seek to offer clients quality legal service.

 

Ellis, Koeneke & Ramirez, L.L.P. offers full legal services to its clients with its general civil litigation and general practice. Some of these services include:


  • Commercial Litigation (Plaintiff and Defendant)
  • Estate Planning and Probate
  • Probate and Trust Litigation
  • Representation of Financial Institutions in Lender Liability and Foreclosure-related Disputes
  • Mass Tort/Toxic-Tort Litigation Defense
  • Oil and Gas Litigation
  • Real Estate Transaction Work
  • Real Estate Litigation
 

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