Cotney Construction Law (CCL), the leading national law firm for construction, specialty trades and OSHA law, is pleased to have Ashlee Poplin head the Cotney Carolina offices. This leading law firm has grown exponentially providing advocacy, legal and consulting services for all types of construction firms.
Cotney Construction Law is dedicated to representing the construction industry. The lawyers at Cotney Construction Law routinely handle all aspects of construction litigation including appellate work. With a commitment to construction law, Cotney has expanded with several law offices including offices in Charlotte, NC, Denver, CO, Nashville, TN, Canada, and South Africa. Ashlee Burgess Poplin will be practicing in both North and South Carolina. The Cotney Carolina office offers full construction law services with a passion for construction advocacy.
Ashlee B. Poplin joined Cotney Construction Law in 2020 and is based out of the firm’s Charlotte, North Carolina office. Her practice areas include contract review & drafting, lien law, bond law, insurance-related matters, and civil litigation. Ashlee has been recognized for three consecutive years (2018-2020) as a Rising Star for Civil Litigation by North Carolina Super Lawyers.
Ashlee graduated with honors from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a B.A. in both Psychology and Political Science and a minor in Women’s Studies. Ashlee attended law school at Campbell University where she obtained her J.D. in 2013. While at Campbell, Ashlee competed in several trial advocacy competitions across the nation winning the 2013 American Association for Justice Regional Competition and reaching the semi-finals at the national level; she also served as Director of the Pro Bono Council for the law school during her time there, helping to assist programs and citizens in the community that did not have the ability to obtain the legal resources they needed.
Ashlee has also worked with Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools coordinating their Truancy Court Tour Program for at risk youth and their families to foster positive relationships and interactions with educators and judges. Ashlee is licensed in both North and South Carolina. She is a member of the North and South Carolina Bar Associations. Read her full bio.
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Every state is different, and it is important to understand how different state laws and regulations can affect a roofing contractor’s business. Heidi J. Ellsworth, RCS Partner visits with Michael Litrenta and Ashlee Poplin of Cotney Construction Law out of the Carolina Office about their role in providing important information ...
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