We defend contractors in licensing disputes on both a local and State level. We respond to Department of Business and Professional Regulation investigations and argue before the Construction Industry Licensing Board and Electrical Contractors Licensing Board on behalf of contractors. We also defend architects, engineers and other design professional in front of their governing boards. The types of claims we defend include complaints based on misallocation of funds, judgments relating to the practice of construction, renting your license, abandonment of a project, improper licensure, failure to obtain a permit, fraud, negligence and failure to notify DBPR of prior criminal convictions.
There are countless roofers out there who want nothing more than to get to work without having to worry about the red tape of roofing insurance and licensing. Although
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tampa, FL, October 14, 2020 – Cotney Construction Law (CCL) is pleased to announce that it has retained Craig Brightup and The...
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