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Ten Cotney Construction Law Attorneys Named 2019 Florida Super Lawyers

Tampa, FL, June 3, 2019 – Cotney Construction Law (CCL) announced that ten attorneys have been selected to the 2019 Florida Super Lawyers & Rising Stars Lists. Super Lawyers recognizes outstanding attorneys who have distinguished themselves in their legal practice. Each year, no more than 5 percent of lawyers in the state are chosen as […]

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When a sinkhole forms on a project site, everyone’s lives are put in danger. At any moment, the ground could cave in and take everything on the surface with it, including heavy equipment, vehicles, and construction workers. It is imperative that construction companies take the necessary steps to ensure that such a disaster never occurs. […]

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Trent Cotney Named General Counsel to National Slate Association

Tampa, FL, May 6, 2019 – Trent Cotney of Cotney Construction Law, LLP was recently named General Counsel of the National Slate Association (NSA). As General Counsel, Cotney will provide pro bono services to NSA to help further their mission of promoting the slate industry. The National Slate Association is a non-profit organization that promotes […]

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PRESS RELEASE: Cotney Construction Law Welcomes Attorney Ric Asfar

Tampa, Florida, February 18, 2019 – Cotney Construction Law, LLP is delighted to announce that attorney Richard N. “Ric” Asfar has joined our firm as a partner. Asfar is an AV-rated civil litigator and appellate advocate with significant experience in high-value cases. He has represented individuals, government entities, and businesses of all sizes in a […]

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Cotney Construction Law Launches Subscription Plan

Tampa, Florida, February 11, 2019 – Cotney Construction Law, a full-service national law firm for construction, specialty trades and OSHA law, is pleased to announce the new Cotney Construction Law Subscription Plans. This progressive law firm is changing how contractors can reduce risk and budget for their legal spend. Cotney Construction Law works with all […]

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Worker Injured? Here’s What You Need to Know Part 1

If an employee is injured on the job, employers want to do right by them and make certain that their recovery process is covered through workers’ compensation. With that being said, when a worker is injured away from the job, this injury should not be covered by the employer. In this two-part series, a workers’ […]

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Why It is Smart to Attend Pre-Bid Meetings Part 2

Our Raleigh construction law firm is well-versed in the construction bidding process and its challenges. We know that a busy schedule can make it is easy to downplay the necessity of a pre-bid meeting, but it is an important step in the preconstruction process that can help you optimize your project proposal. Prospective bidders should […]

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Why It is Smart to Attend Pre-Bid Meetings Part 1

Depending on the type of project you are pursuing, you and other prospective bidders will be invited to a pre-bid meeting. Although you may feel that you are too busy to attend this meeting, it is highly recommended that you or a designated member of your team attend. This two-part article will give you several […]

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The Dangers of Crunch Culture Part 2

In this two-part article, unpaid overtime lawyers in Tampa are discussing “crunch culture” and violations of wage and hour laws. As technology reaches impressive new heights, often it comes at the sacrifice of hardworking developers, engineers, and other creatives that are mistreated in their workplace. From Silicon Valley to the video game industry, many talented […]

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The Dangers of Crunch Culture Part 1

“Crunch culture” has become a rampant part of the work environment in the gaming industry. With incredibly long hours, few days off, zero break time, and little pity for employees that fail to sustain this intense speed, the health and wellness of the talented professionals developing video games has taken a backseat to the multi-billion […]

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