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Contract Negotiation

Do you need help reviewing, drafting or negotiating your construction contract?

Our construction lawyers have extensive experience drafting and reviewing a broad spectrum of legal documents. Our fixed price for drafting contract forms provides our clients with the convenience of knowing their final cost ahead of time.

Cotney Construction Law’s contract negotiation services include all types of contract documents including: terms and conditions, contactor-owner agreements, subcontractor-contractor agreements, owner-architect agreements, owner-engineer agreements, engineer-architect agreements, developer agreements, licensing agreements, distribution agreements, teaming agreements, joint venture agreements, supplier agreements, promissory notes, guarantees, releases, settlement agreements, privacy policies, terms of use, workmanship warranties, manufacturer warranties, indemnity provisions, disclaimer provisions, notice provisions, pay when paid clauses, price acceleration provisions and more.

Cotney Construction Law has proofed and revised all major American Institute of Architects (AIA), ConsensusDOCS, and Associated General Contractors (AGC) forms and has reviewed thousands of construction contracts.

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01/26/2018

OSHA Update: New Year, New Direction?

Based on a significant shift in leadership, many are speculating on possible changes to OSHA’s practices enforcement  going into 2018.  Given the current administration’s reputation for opposing regulation, some believe that OSHA will start to favor compliance rather than enforcement.
06/14/2019

7 Strategies for Improving Your Bottom Line Part 3

In parts one and two of this three-part series, the
06/14/2019

7 Strategies for Improving Your Bottom Line Part 2

Working in the construction industry as a contractor can be extremely lucrative if you have a deft understanding of the costs and expenses that fuel...
06/14/2019

7 Strategies for Improving Your Bottom Line Part 1

For contractors, there’s few things more important than improving your bottom line. A profitable business can support itself in ways that a struggling business simply...

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