Thursday, June 17, 2021
11:30am – 12:15pm PDT / 1:30-2:15 CDT
Presented by TRI Alliance Training
Guest Speaker: Trent Cotney, CEO, Cotney Attorneys & Consultants
Supply chain challenges continue to be a key problem in the roofing industry. With limited material availability and skyrocketing prices, how can roofers successfully complete their projects? Attend this seminar with Trent Cotney to learn the legal and business tips that will help you navigate supply chain disruptions. This presentation will help you
- Understand key provisions to include in contracts to combat material price increases.
- Recognize the importance of maintaining a good relationship with suppliers.
- Determine whether a material substitution is appropriate.
- Utilize negotiation tactics in the event of a material shortage situation.
About Trent Cotney:
Trent is a Florida Board Certified Construction Lawyer who is also licensed in Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Texas, and Washington. Trent focuses his practice on all aspects of construction litigation and arbitration, including OSHA defense, lien law, bond law, and bid protests, as well as construction document review and drafting. He routinely represents general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, manufacturers, architects, engineers, developers, and others in the construction industry in a variety of matters. Trent serves as General Counsel for the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA) and several other industry associations. He routinely advocates for the construction industry and is active in molding contractor-friendly statutes, rules, and regulations on the local, state, and national levels. Trent has been recognized as one of the leading attorneys in the field by his peers and the construction industry and has received numerous honors and distinctions as identified below. He is the editor and primary author of the Amazon best-selling books “OSHA Defense for the Construction Industry” and “OSHA Defense: Know Your Rights”.
Questions? Contact Lisa Jensen at 425.269.3201 or firstname.lastname@example.org