Roscoe will provide a number of pro bono legal services to the association’s board of directors.
Attorney Roscoe Green of Cotney Construction Law was recently named General Counsel of the National Association of Minority Contractors (NAMC) Central Florida Chapter. As General Counsel, Roscoe will provide a number of pro bono legal services to the association’s board of directors with regard to the organizational structure, governance policies, operations, and bylaws.
Roscoe Green practices in all areas of construction law, including construction litigation, contract disputes, construction defects, bid protests, payment disputes, delay claims, and lien & bond claims. Roscoe is a certified general contractor in the State of Florida and holds a bachelor’s degree in construction engineering. As a minority contractor himself, Roscoe understands the need for a group like NAMC to help create relationships and address industry concerns of minority contractors.
“NAMC is a great resource for contractors of all races and ethnic backgrounds. It provides education, support, and advocacy for its members,” said Roscoe Green. “I am grateful to have the opportunity to work with NAMC’s leadership and members and provide the necessary legal guidance for this group.”
About The National Association of Minority Contractors
The National Association of Minority Contractors (NAMC) is a nonprofit trade association that was established in 1969 to address the needs and concerns of minority contractors. While membership is open to people of all races and ethnic backgrounds, the organization’s mandate, “Building Bridges – Crossing Barriers,” focuses on construction industry concerns common to African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanic Americans, and Native Americans.
About Cotney Construction Law
Cotney Construction Law is a national construction law firm that advocates for the roofing industry. The firm serves as General Counsel to Western States Roofing Contractors Association (WSRCA), Florida Roofing and Sheet Metal Association (FRSA), Tennessee Association of Roofing Contractors (TARC), Roofing Technology Think Tank (RT3), National Women in Roofing (NWIR), Tile Roofing Institute (TRI) and a number of local construction associations. Cotney Construction Law’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 Florida, as well as locations in Charlotte, Denver, Grand Rapids, Houston, Mobile, and Nashville. For more information, visit www.cotneycl.com.