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Litigation & Arbitration

Since 1999, Mr. Cotney has devoted his practice to construction law and in particular, construction litigation and arbitration. He routinely represents contractors, subcontractors, architects, engineers, suppliers, manufacturers, developers, and others in the construction industry. These disputes include claims involving claims of lien, payment and performance bonds, Miller Act bonds, prompt payment interest, negligent design, defective construction, equitable liens on undisbursed construction proceeds, equitable liens on property, construction defects, lien foreclosure, real property disputes, breach of warranty, breach of contract, unjust enrichment, disputes based on open accounts, tortious interference with business relationships, fraudulent misrepresentation, and defamation claims, among other things.

We have participated in dozens of commercial and construction arbitrations administered by the American Arbitration Association (AAA), JAMS and private arbitrators.

Resource Articles

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.
06/04/2020

COVID-19: MEDICAL SCREENINGS IN THE WORKPLACE AND EMPLOYER RESPONSIBILITIES

With the number of cases continuing to rise, the coronavirus (COVID-19) has proven to be a global threat, not only to the public at large,...
06/02/2020

Colorado’s Multi-Industry Construction Guidance

As many states allow their stay-at-home orders to expire, Colorado has entered into a new phase named “Safer at Home.” Essential and nonessential businesses alike...
06/02/2020

Don’t Lose Your Chance to Work on an Improperly Awarded Project in North Carolina

North Carolina is going through a difficult time. The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has resulted in a potential $5 billion short

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