Why Florida Contractor Lawyers Are Necessary
Construction law involves any legal issue related to the constructing of a building or any other structure. The construction industry is heavily regulated and contract based, and business relationships can be both agreeable on one hand and contentious on the other. A construction project involves many people, processes, and systems. Contractors are tasked with managing not only the day-to-day affairs of a jobsite, but also complying with local, state, and federal laws and regulations. Due to the range of issues that could arise during a project, contractors are advised to seek the counsel of an expert Florida contractor lawyer to keep their business affairs in order.
Work With the Experts at Cotney Construction Law
At Cotney Construction law, we defend and represent contractors all over Florida in all types of construction law matters. Our firm is led by Trent Cotney, a Florida Bar Board Construction Lawyer, who has received numerous honors and distinctions in the area of construction law. Our Florida offices can be found in Tampa, Jacksonville, Orlando, Tallahassee, and in South Florida. Collectively, our lawyers have over 100 years of experience and have provided countless contractors from all trades with sound legal advice. Our clients’ needs are our top priority and we make every effort to act in your best interest.
Our Practice Areas
Our Florida contractor lawyers are ready to help you navigate the construction process in a variety of ways. We provide extensive services in the following practice areas which include:
- Litigation and Arbitration
- OSHA Defense
- Lien and Bond Claims
- Contractor License Defense
- Contract Review and Drafting
- Employment Law
- Bid Protest
- Bankruptcy Law
- Corporate Transactional Law
- Employment Law
- Trademark Applications
Working in construction subjects you to the nuances of construction law, which can be highly complex and technical. Having an expert Florida contractor lawyer in your corner helps you better navigate the industry. If you have an immediate legal concern to address or need preemptive legal guidance, do not hesitate to contact us.
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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.