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COVID-19: Liability Waivers and the Protection of Employees

By Danielle Maya, Cotney Construction Law. As states and businesses begin the process of reopening from the coronavirus stay-at-home orders, employers and their employees face a new category of risk and liability. What steps can you take to protect your company and what responsibilities do you owe your employees? While it may ...


Cotney Competition Law

Anti-Competition Claims and the Roofing Industry

By Trent Cotney, Cotney Construction Law. Navigating anti-trust and restraint of trade regulations can be difficult for contractors and organizations.  Most associations or groups have some form of an anti-trust policy which is recited or referenced at the beginning of meetings.  Rarely do issues surface like price fixing which implicate restraint of ...


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Keep Cash Flowing with Unlimited Collection Services from Cotney Construction Law

Now more than ever, cash flow is key to success. When the COVID-19 pandemic arrived in the United States, there was a lot of uncertainty. Roofing business owners were forced to take a hard look at their cash flow and try to figure out how to optimize it to get through ...


Cotney Economic Uncertainty

Conducting Layoffs and Terminations During Economic Uncertainty

By Lauren White, RCS Reporter. Learn the do’s and don’ts of managing reductions in your workforce while maintaining strong company culture and reducing liability. The coronavirus pandemic has caused significant economic turmoil.  Many companies are faced with reducing payroll, which is not an easy decision to make whether it’s being managed by ...


Cotney Immigration Laws

What’s New with Immigration Laws?

By Lauren White, RCS Reporter. The EB-5 regulations have new changes that are already in effect. The “Final Rule” published by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on July 24, 2019, amends the regulations of the employment-based, fifth preference immigrant investor classification, EB-5.  According to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), ...


Cotney Construction Law - Osha’s Whistleblower Protections During the Covid-19 Crisis

OSHA’s Whistleblower Protections During the Covid-19 Crisis

By Ben Briggs & John Brock, Cotney Construction Law LLP. The onset of COVID-19 has employers throughout the construction industry adjusting workplace procedures to account for the virus’ threat to employee health. As with all workplace health-related matters, compliance with OSHA regulations is important for businesses operating during this COVID-19 pandemic. OSHA has ...


Cotney Construction Law eBook Billable Hours

eBook: What Every Contractor Needs to Know About Billable Hours

By Karen L. Edwards, RCS Editor. Whenever the need for attorney services arises, the thought that pops into many heads is ‘how much is this going to cost me?” In this eBook, Cotney Construction Law spells out what contractors should expect from the new subscription model that is focused on contractors’ needs ...


WSRCA Contractors Counsel

COVID-19 Contractors Counsel

By Trent Cotney - Cotney Construction Law, LLP WSRCA General Counsel. Employers need to be aware of how government actions may affect their businesses. Disclaimer: Each state may have different laws. Please check each state for specific guidance.   As COVID-19 continues to affect our daily lives, it is crucial for employers to be ...


Cotney Carolina Office

Cotney Construction Law Announces Additions to Cotney Carolina Office

Cotney Construction Law (CCL) is proud to welcome Ashlee Poplin who joins attorney Michael Litrenta. Cotney Construction Law (CCL), the leading national law firm for construction, specialty trades and OSHA law, is pleased to announce the addition of Ashlee Poplin to the Cotney Carolina offices.  This leading law firm has grown ...


Cotney Construction Law - Top 10 Tips for Dealing with COVID-19 in the Carolinas for the Construction Industry

Top 10 Tips for Dealing with COVID-19 in the Carolinas for the Construction Industry

By Cotney Construction Law, LLP. Dealing with COVID-19 in the Carolinas for the Construction Industry Follow CDC Guidelines for preventing the spread of COVID-19 Wash hands often Avoid close contact Stay home if you are sick Clean and disinfect You are permitted to conduct temperature checks and ask employees COVID-19 related questions to help ensure that sick ...


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