Cotney Construction Law and Cotney Consulting Group Unite as Cotney
Tampa, Florida, February 1, 2021 – Cotney Construction Law and Cotney Consulting Group announced today that the companies are combining their businesses, and they will now operate under the new name of Cotney, effective immediately. This rebranding strategy reflects both the evolution of the company as well as its vision to provide both business and legal solutions to their clients. Along with this change, a newly redesigned company logo has been revealed and a new website is planned to launch in late February 2021.
Although the company name has changed to Cotney, its mission remains the same. The firm will continue to offer a range of legal and consulting services to contractors throughout the U.S. and beyond. Through this consolidation, the firm will be able to offer all services in one place, allowing for construction companies to develop a cohesive legal and business strategy.
“As part of our focus on providing the best solutions for our clients, our leadership team and I believe that merging companies to a consolidated firm is the strategic step in the company’s evolution,” stated Trent Cotney, CEO of Cotney. “We are very excited about this rebrand because it allows us to better represent our business by expanding our portfolio to provide legal and consulting solutions to our clients.”
Cotney is a global legal & consulting firm that is dedicated to helping the construction industry. Cotney is a well-known advisor and legal counsel for contractors. In addition to providing an array of business solutions, the firm's practice areas include construction law & litigation, arbitration, contract review & drafting, immigration, employment, OSHA defense, and alternative dispute resolution. For more information, visit www.cotneycl.com
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