Our attorneys assist contractors and builders, subcontractors, suppliers, and owners in matters involving: contract negotiation and formation; unforeseen and differing site conditions; quality of work issues; competitive bidding; timeliness issues; changes, extras and scope of work disputes; delay, acceleration and liquidated damages; mechanic's liens, and payment for work performed. Given our experiences, both as attorneys and before we became attorneys, we bring an uncommon understanding and perspective to our construction law practice.
Our attorneys also represent businesses and individuals in: discrimination; retaliation; wrongful discharge; non-competition; sexual harassment; medical leave rights; and other employment matters. Our attorneys are leaders in the Ohio and national employment law communities. They practice in federal and state courts and appear before all administrative agencies.
Our attorneys have vast experience with all forms of alternative dispute resolution. We have successfully represented clients in dozens of mediations and arbitrations, in construction, employment and business disputes.
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5.0/5.0 Review for Fortney Law Group LLC on 05/23/12 in Contracts.
Everyone in the office was helpful and responsive. We moved out of state shortly after beginning our case with Fortney & Kingshirn, and they were expedient in getting materials to us. There was always a friendly voice answering the phone, and our a... Read more
Everyone in the office was helpful and responsive. We moved out of state shortly after beginning our case with Fortney & Kingshirn, and they were expedient in getting materials to us. There was always a friendly voice answering the phone, and our attorney responded very quickly to emails. Read lessRead less
5.0/5.0 Review for Michael L. Fortney on 09/06/11 in Alternative Dispute Resolution.
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