Contractors are an integral part of the construction process, but they have a difficult job. They are inundated with daily challenges that can impede the progress of projects. They also have to deal with numerous federal, state, and local regulations, guard themselves against risks and liabilities, and are often caught between owners, subcontractors, and suppliers. Navigating an increasingly complex industry and dealing with legal issues requires the expertise that only a skilled Little Rock contractor attorney possesses.
Why Work With a Little Rock Contractor Lawyer?
Cotney Construction Law is a nationally recognized law firm with offices throughout the United States. Our firm consists of a diverse group of passionate attorneys who have both the education and real-world experience to back their expertise. We have received numerous honors and distinctions for the extensive services we provide construction professionals including but not limited to contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, and architects. If you need legal counsel to prevent or resolve issues, or if you need aggressive representation or defense in a legal proceeding, do not hesitate to schedule a consultation with a Little Rock contractor lawyer.
Our Practice Areas
We are changing the way the industry handles legal, risk, and safety challenges, and we work relentlessly to provide our clients with comprehensive legal services for their construction-related matters. Our core practice areas include:
Roofing Law: Defense against construction defect claims, lien and bond law claims, OSHA citations, contractor licensing defense, and bid protests.
Litigation & Arbitration: Representation in disputes ranging from claims of lien, payment and performance bonds, negligent design, construction defects, and breach of contracts.
Contract Negotiation, Review & Drafting: Reviewing and drafting a wide variety of legal documents including terms and conditions, bid packages, agreements, warranties, provisions, and clauses.
License Defense: Defense in local and state level licensing disputes. Response to regulatory investigations and representation before construction licensing boards.
Dispute Resolution: Mediate a variety of formal and informal construction disputes including alternative dispute resolution and litigation.
Lien & Bond Law: Preparation of lien and bond documents, filing suits on claims, and pursuing state, federal, or appellate courts as necessary.
OSHA Defense: Response to and defense against complaints and citations, violation representation, compliance education, and inspection counsel.
Bid Protests: Representation during the bid protest process.
Additionally, a Little Rock contractor lawyer can provide legal guidance in the areas of wage and hour, workers’ compensation, corporate transaction law, bankruptcy law, trademark application, immigration law, and HVAC and refrigeration.
If you would like to speak with a Little Rock contractor attorney, please submit our contact request form.
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.