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Cotney Construction Law Joins Canadian Roofing Contractors Association (CRCA)

Toronto, Canada, June 23, 2020 – Cotney Construction Law (CCL), the leading law firm for the roofing industry is pleased to announce that CCL has become a member of the Canadian Roofing Contractors Association (CRCA). In addition to opening a Toronto office, Cotney has joined CRCA to assist roofing contractors in Canada on legal matters.

The Canadian Roofing Contractors Association advocates for the roofing industry and keeps their members up to date with roofing industry matters. Since 1960, CRCA has been fostering collaborations in the roofing industry, while defending and promoting their members’ best interests. CRCA is constantly looking to optimize its operations, technology, and oversight, and much of that work is supported by CRCA governance and committees.

“Glad to finally be a part of CRCA,” stated Trent Cotney, CEO of Cotney Construction Law. “Over the years, I’ve heard nothing but great things about Canada’s roofing association and we are happy to now be a part of a group that strives for industry excellence.”


About Cotney Construction Law
Cotney Construction Law is a national law firm that provides representation for the construction industry.  Experienced in the representation of businesses and professionals in construction disputes and transactions, Cotney is a well-known advisor and legal counsel in the construction industry.  The firm’s practice areas include construction law, litigation, arbitration, contract review & drafting, immigration, employment, OSHA defense, licensing defense, bid protests, lien law, bond law and alternative dispute resolution.  The firm has offices throughout the United States.  For more information, visit

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