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Monthly Archives: September, 2018

  1. Cotney Construction Law Named Immigration Law Firm of the Year for Southern USA

    ORLANDO, FL, SEPTEMBER 7, 2018 — Cotney Construction Law (CCL) was recently named Immigration Law Firm of the Year – Southern USA by Acquisition International’s 2018 Corporate Immigration & Relocation Awards. Acquisition International’s team of experts select winners based on the firm’s effectiveness, success, and service to their clients.

    Though best known as a nationwide law firm advocating for the construction industry, Cotney Construction Law also provides legal advice regarding US immigration. Immigration legal services include preparation and filing of nonimmigrant and immigrant visa petitions, applications for PERM alien labor certification, preparation and filing of employment and family based visa petitions, I-9 compliance, investment visas and other matters related to green cards and naturalization/citizenship. Recently, CCL expanded its immigration law practice by bringing Orlando-based attorneys Teresa Finer and Natalia Gove on board. Both Finer and Gove represent individuals looking to secure visas, green cards and citizenship, and corporations employing foreign nationals.

    “We are honored to have been named the Southern USA’s Immigration Law Firm of the Year by Acquisition International. With the addition of two skilled attorneys, I look forward to seeing our immigration law practice expand further this year,” said CEO Trent Cotney.

    About Cotney Construction Law

    Cotney Construction Law is a national law firm that provides representation for employers seeking visas on an employee’s behalf and individuals seeking family-related or work-based visas. CCL is also well-known for their dedication to the construction industry and its representation of construction professionals in various disputes and transactions. The firm has Florida offices in Tampa, Orlando, Tallahassee, Jacksonville, and Ft. Lauderdale, as well as locations in Charlotte, Denver, Grand Rapids, Houston, Mobile, and Nashville. For more information, visit


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  2. An OSHA Guide to Hand and Arm Protection Part 4

    By now, you have probably realized that choosing the ideal personal protective equipment (PPE) for your employees is more confusing than it initially appears to be. If you need a second opinion on your team’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) compliance, an OSHA defense lawyer can advise you on the best practices for keeping your workers safe and your project citation-free.


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  3. An OSHA Guide to Hand and Arm Protection Part 3

    OSHA lawyers are often approached with similar questions regarding Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) compliance on construction sites. Which personal protective equipment (PPE) is best for protecting workers? How do you ensure that every single employee is following the workplace safety guidelines established by OSHA?


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  4. An OSHA Guide to Hand and Arm Protection Part 2

    If a single piece of paper can leave your finger wrapped in a bright red bandage, imagine what a drill, saw blade, or hammer can do. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is responsible for establishing a series of guidelines to help keep employees safe in the workplace. On a construction site, this can be easier said than done.


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  5. An OSHA Guide to Hand and Arm Protection Part 1

    The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is tasked with ensuring that employers require all workers to wear suitable personal protective equipment (PPE) when performing labor-related tasks on a construction site. Construction sites are filled with potential hazards that can lead to an injury or even death.


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