HOUSTON – March 2, 2020 – Coats Rose, P.C., a transactional and litigation law firm focused on development, is pleased to announce the addition Taheera Randolph as an associate to its Houston office, expanding the firm’s affordable housing and community development practice.
“Taheera is an outstanding addition to our firm,” said Richard L. Rose, managing partner. “She adds to the firm’s breadth and strength, which allows us to provide more resources to our clients and expand our service offerings.”
Randolph has a practice focused on affordable housing, and her experience includes drafting high-stakes legislation for state legislators involving the regulation of real estate transactions, agencies, and personnel; the production and regulation of hemp; banking and finance regulation; corporate governance; state and local government contracting and procurement; data privacy and cybersecurity; state and local pension systems; and state water regulation, including the creation of various types of water districts.
About Coats Rose, P.C.
Coats Rose is a transactional and litigation law firm focused on development: the development of real estate, affordable housing, special purpose districts, business and private wealth. We provide legal counsel to businesses, governmental entities corporate and high-net worth clients across the U.S. and internationally. For over 30 years, the firm has leveraged its extensive legal experience of its attorneys to fulfill client needs spanning real estate law, affordable housing and community development, public finance, construction/surety law, commercial litigation, government relations, intellectual property, mergers and acquisitions, securities law, tax, wealth planning and preservation. In addition to its headquarters in Houston, Coats Rose has offices in Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, New Orleans and Cincinnati. Learn more at www.coatsrose.com.