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Corporate Transaction Law

Do you need help maintaining, buying or selling your company?

At Cotney Construction Law, our team knows how to closely analyze a pending transaction and reach an agreement efficiently, with an outcome that meets our customer’s best interests. Our unique combination of legal expertise, construction industry background, and business savvy puts us in an ideal position to represent construction professionals in all types of corporate transactions.

We assist with the creation of corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships, and all types of charitable organizations. We provide legal tax advice and assist the industry with buying or selling their companies, stock purchase agreements, and asset purchase agreements.

From mergers and acquisitions to strategic alliances and joint ventures, we will make sure your best interests are met. We also handle leveraged buyouts, divestitures and dispositions, and the creation or dissolution of joint ventures.

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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.
10/22/2019

New Construction Business Owner? Here's Why You Need an Attorney

Take a second to think about the iconic duos throughout history. There’s Joe Montana and Jerry Rice, Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen, Sonny and Cher...the...
10/22/2019

Preventing Workers’ Compensation Fraud at Your Workplace

Unfortunately, the word “fraud” is commonly associated with workers’ compensation claims. This is because fraudulent insurance claims collectively cost businesses billions of dollars annually and...
10/22/2019

Can an Employee Waive Their Wage and Hour Rights?

Even with the lowest unemployment rate in the last fifty years, there are still some applicants out there that would be willing to waive their...

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