Legal Practice Areas

Government Contracts and Procurement 

We have negotiated hundreds of millions of dollars in government contracts at the federal, state, and local level for clients from the Fortune 500 list to small start-ups. We provide in-depth and guided counsel on all aspects of government contracting, from the proposal stage, to contract administration, through successful project completion.

Never has there been greater opportunity for businesses—large and small—to expand into government procurement. Our lawyers and consultants will work to develop a tactical and strategic plan to win business for your firm. We maintain excellent relations with key decision makers and will assist your firm in understanding the best approach to take to procure the government work it needs for growth.

Community Economic Development and Housing

As general counsel for one of the largest local land banks in the United States, GSPC’s attorneys have an in-depth knowledge of the issues surrounding community development and affordable housing. In addition, Griffin & Strong, P.C. represents community development and redevelopment authorities, local and national developers, program managers, architects and engineers. We have been involved in virtually all federal economic development programs including:

  • Community Development Block Grants
  • Section 108 Loans
  • Urban Development Action Grants
  • Empowerment Zones
  • Renewal Communities
  • Historically Underutilized Business Zones
  • New Market Tax Credits
  • Low Income Housing Tax Credits
  • and the new Neighborhood Stabilization Program

Certifications and Compliance


Griffin & Strong, P.C. has established itself as a leader in contract compliance because we have an intimate understanding of the law from two important perspectives—legislation and the businesses they affect.

While we draft legislation and perform studies for governments regularly, we also specialize in assisting clients in obtaining minority, women, disadvantaged and 8a certification. Our clients can focus on starting and completing the work that they do because we can be trusted to help them meet all of the necessary compliance requirements. We make it our mission to avoid disputes, but when disputes do occur we have a very successful record of representing our clients in the administrative hearing process.