Greg practices in three main areas: (1) trade associations and other exempt organizations; (2) government contracts; and (3) international trade.
Greg serves as outside general counsel to several trade associations and other non-profit organizations and works with tax-exempt organizations on a wide range of matters, including corporate governance, antitrust, standards setting and certification, affinity partnerships, hotel and conference agreements, and lobbying and campaign-related issues. Greg frequently presents to association boards on non-profit governance and antitrust issues.
In government contracts, Greg's practice involves assisting clients with a variety of issues relating to competition, procurement integrity, multiple award schedule contracting, and government ethics. Greg has represented clients in bid protest actions at the Government Accountability Office, the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, and various state and local tribunals, as well representing clients in Contract Disputes Act cases before both Boards of Contract Appeals. Greg has also conducted internal investigations relating to government contracts compliance and procurement integrity issues.
Finally, Greg works with clients on a variety of international trade issues, including U.S. export controls and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”). Greg’s experience includes compliance counseling, conducting internal investigations, and preparing disclosures to the government. Greg has also represented clients in several matters before the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States ("CFIUS").
In his free time, Greg enjoys spending time with his family and cooking.