Many federal and state laws that impact the construction industry are constantly being revised and updated. It’s important for industry professionals to seek the counsel of an experienced Chattanooga construction attorney that is up to date on the most recent changes to federal and state-regulated laws. If you are in need of legal counsel, please contact one of our Chattanooga construction attorneys. Our lawyers are here to consult you on any of your legal needs.
Consult Knowledgeable Chattanooga Construction Attorneys
Our Chattanooga construction attorneys offer contractors support in a variety of construction-related legal matters. Whether you need assistance with arbitration and litigation, defense against OSHA citations, help filing a lien or bond claim, alternative dispute resolution services, guidance during the bidding process, or help reviewing and drafting your contracts for a variety of construction-related agreements. We also excel in defending a wide range of licensing disputes for construction industry professionals as well.
Defending Contractors Against Licensing Allegations
Breach of license allegations can impact a contractor in a variety of ways and lead to steep financial penalties. These allegations can also greatly impact the contractor’s business practices as well. Cotney Construction Law offers contractors support by defending them during licensing disputes at both federal and state levels. Our Chattanooga construction attorneys can provide support to contractors that involve the following types of licensing allegations:
- Misallocation of funds
- Judgments related to construction practices
- License rentals
- Project abandonment
- Improper licensure
- Failure to obtain a permit
Contact Cotney Construction Law Today
Along with defending contractors in licensing disputes, we also defend several other construction industry professionals as well including engineers and architects. If you are in need of legal counsel, please contact a Chattanooga construction attorney today.
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Disclaimer: The information contained in this article is for general educational information only. This information does not constitute legal advice, is not intended to constitute legal advice, nor should it be relied upon as legal advice for your specific factual pattern or situation.