MCKOY LAW, Attorneys-at-Law, have successfully represented owners (public and private), developers, general contractors, construction managers, architects, engineers, subcontractors, material suppliers and sureties in all aspects of the construction industry.
We understand all phases of the construction process, including the development of initial project concepts, land acquisition and permitting, financing, contract negotiation, preparation of bid and contract documents, bid protests, construction administration, claims preparation, negotiation, mediation and/or litigation and final project close-out. We will work in virtually every type of construction project: commercial, residential, recreational, educational, healthcare, retail, heavy construction, infrastructure, historic, manufacturing, hotel, airport, domestic, international, public and private.
MCKOY LAW's competition lawyers have been at the forefront of competition law in Jamaica and the Commonwealth Caribbean region and have participated in all aspect of the development and implementation of national and regional competition policy. We have both capability and experience in dealing with competition matters, and we have seen antitrust and competition issue from both the perspective of the complainants and the respondents.
Our work in the region gives us the experience and understanding to guide and counsel our future clients through the growing matrix of national and regional competition laws.
At MCKOY LAW we offer domestic and international clients advice and counsel on international and domestic commercial transactions, customs, competition policy, logistics, government affairs and the labyrinth of safety, security, technical, and environmental regulations that attend the operation of modern merchant vessels, and marine facilities.
Public procurement is subject to national and international rules, although not all public procurement is subject to these obligations. Under these rules public sector procurement must follow transparent open procedures, ensuring fair conditions of competition for suppliers. Some purchases can be exempted from the national rules under certain conditions.
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