Defending Your Firm At ROC Hearings
A great deal of our construction law practice involves contractors responding to complaints filed by the Arizona Registrar of Contractors (ROC). Responding to these complaints can be frustrating, expensive and time-consuming. We deal with such claims as:
- Failing to honor the terms of a contract
- Abandoning a project
- Workmanship defects
- Doing work that exceeds the scope of a license
- Working with unlicensed contractors
- Not paying subcontractors or vendors
- Not complying with a corrective work order
- Violating building codes and labor or safety regulations
- Deviating from plans or specs
- False advertising
Whether you win or lose in an ROC hearing, the complaint goes on your permanent public record and can be used against you in future hearings. It is to your advantage to address complaints quickly and comprehensively. Our firm is skilled and experienced in resolving these complaints in our client’s favor.
Extensive Experience In Construction Law
Construction lawyer Tom Horne has extensive knowledge and experience in all aspects of the public contracting process, including contract administration, bidding and procurement procedures, and procurement systems used in construction at the federal, state and local levels.
If you are embroiled in a construction-related dispute, we invite you to call to discuss your case, as well as your legal options. Contact the Scottsdale construction law attorneys at Horne Slaton, PLLC, at 480-448-6851.