Dayton Subcontracting Attorney

Assisting Clients in Dayton, Greene County & Beyond

When it comes to navigating the intricate web of subcontracting agreements, McNamee Law Group, LLC is your trusted partner in Ohio. We understand the challenges and opportunities that subcontracting can present to businesses in our community. We are committed to delivering comprehensive legal support to help you successfully manage your subcontracting relationships and protect your interests. Whether you're a contractor seeking subcontractors or a subcontractor looking to secure your rights, we're here to guide you through the complexities.

Call McNamee Law Group, LLC today at (937) 427-1367 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with our subcontracting lawyer in Dayton.

What is Subcontracting?

Subcontracting is a vital aspect of the construction and business world, where one party (the subcontractor) agrees to perform specific tasks or provide services for another party (the contractor) as part of a larger project. These tasks can range from construction work to specialized services such as electrical or plumbing installations. Subcontracting agreements define the scope of work, payment terms, timelines, and other critical details.

Subcontracting relationships can be highly beneficial, allowing contractors to leverage specialized skills, reduce workload, and expand their capacity. However, they can also be fraught with potential pitfalls if not handled correctly. Disputes, non-payment issues, and delays can arise, putting your project and reputation at risk.

How Can a Lawyer Help With Subcontracting?

Navigating the complexities of subcontracting agreements can be challenging, and that's where our Dayton subcontracting attorney comes in. Here's how we can assist you:

  • Contract Review and Drafting
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Payment Issues
  • Risk Mitigation
  • Contractor Licensing and Compliance
  • Insurance and Bonding
  • Customized Legal Solutions

Contact Our Dayton Subcontracting Lawyer Today

At McNamee Law Group, LLC, we're committed to providing top-notch legal support for all your subcontracting needs in Ohio. Don't let legal complications hinder your projects or disrupt your business. Contact our Dayton subcontracting attorney today to schedule a consultation. We're here to help you navigate the intricacies of subcontracting, protect your interests, and achieve successful outcomes.

When you choose us, you're choosing a legal team dedicated to your success. Our experience, knowledge, and commitment to excellence set us apart in the Dayton area. Trust McNamee Law Group, LLC, to be your legal partner in all subcontracting matters. Your success is our priority. Contact us today to discuss your subcontracting needs and how we can assist you in reaching your goals.

Contact McNamee Law Group, LLC, today to get started with our Dayton subcontracting attorney.

Our Notable Cases
  • Benjamin Donahue, et al. v. Winifred LaBomme, et al., Tuscarawas Common Pleas, No. 2020 CV 07 0385

    Prevailed on motion to dismiss while defending clients/sellers against claims that they had fraudulently concealed defects in property from buyers.

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  • Powell v. Board of County Commissioners of Warren County, et al. (12th Dist.), 2020-Ohio-5570.

    County resolution approving a 62-lot housing development was reversed and nullified because it violated the county zoning resolution. Appellate court ...

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  • Kunk v. Westward Success, et al., Montgomery Common Pleas, No. 2020 CV 04019

    Negotiated settlement between corporation and its members in order to facilitate corporate breakup and legal dispute.

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  • Yankee Trace Homeowners’ Association v. Baranowski, et al., Montgomery Common Pleas, No. 2020 CV 00290

    Prevailed on motion to enforce proposed settlement agreement in lawsuit regarding short term rentals, leading to settlement and dismissal of lawsuit.

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  • Jerry Farmer v. Danny Roush, Jr., et al., Montgomery Common Pleas No. 2020 CV 02682

    Awarded summary judgment for landlord named as a party in dog-bite case.

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