S. Gregory Joy, a partner in the Washington, D.C. and Atlanta offices of Smith, Currie & Hancock, will explain how contractors can document claims and avoid risk. Joy has helped contractors to obtain or maintain federal, state and local contracts through bid protests and Small Business Administration size protests. In addition, Joy has successfully defended contractors whose accepted bids for contracts have been challenged.
S. Gregory Joy
Partner, Smith, Currie & Hancock LLP, Washington, D.C. and Atlanta, GA
S. Gregory Joy is a partner in the Washington, D.C. and the Atlanta offices of Smith, Currie & Hancock LLP. Gregg has divided his practice between public and private contracting, having handled hundreds of construction, commercial and government contracts cases since 1984. Gregg has represented owners, prime contractors, subcontractors and suppliers throughout the United States, as well as the Caribbean, South America, Saudi Arabia and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. He has represented clients on projects including public transit systems, hospitals, courthouses, schools, university buildings, office buildings, churches, casinos, steel mill, public park, public flood control, U.S. Navy wharf, federal and state military training facilities, federal air traffic control facility, water and wastewater treatment facilities, water and sewer utilities, warehouses, condominiums and apartment construction projects. He has also represented concessionaires and service contractors on federal, state and local contracts including maintenance, food services, refuse collection and disposal, laundry services and other services.
Gregg has represented clients pursuing and defending against claims in federal and state courts, boards of contract appeals, administrative proceedings, arbitrations and mediations throughout the United States, placing an emphasis on trying to resolve claims to try to minimize risks and costs. He has also helped contractors to obtain or maintain federal, state and local contracts through bid protests and SBA size protests and has successfully defended contractors whose accepted bids for contracts have been challenged. Gregg also has had extensive experience with mechanics’ lien and public bond matters throughout the United States, and he has assisted in writing portions of the Georgia mechanics’ and materialmen’s lien and public works bond laws.