Michael C. May
Michael C. May is an aggressive litigator who has represented clients in courts throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia in civil and criminal matters. He has experience in all manner of litigation, having represented both businesses and individuals as plaintiffs and defendants.
Mr. May generally focuses his practice on business litigation, employment law, domestic relations/family law, and criminal law. He is licensed to practice in all courts in the Commonwealth of Virginia and is also admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. Mr. May is fluent in Spanish and has assisted the Firm in numerous litigation matters where such fluency has been required
In addition to his work as an attorney, Mr. May spent nine years (2007-2016) serving his home community as an elected member of the Board of County Supervisors in Prince William County, Virginia. In this capacity, he helped oversee the budget for Virginia’s second largest county of almost 450,000 residents. During his tenure in public service, Mr. May has been known as a tireless advocate for his constituents, and he brings this same passion to representing his clients, no matter how big or small their case.
George Mason University School of Law, JD, (2004);
College of William & Mary, BA, Government and Spanish (1998)
“Legal Elite” by Virginia Business magazine (2015, 2013, 2012).
Bryce Harlow Foundation Scholar (2004-2003).
Benjamin Stoddard Ewell Leadership Award (1998)
Guest Speaker, IRI Civil Governance Trainings in Mexico and Nicaragua (2008 and 2007)
Prince William Board of County Supervisors (This is the elected government for Prince William County, Virginia. The County consists of a handful of “districts” which elects a representative, called a “supervisor” to the Board).
-Vice Chairman (2014, 2010)
-Occoquan District Supervisor, Prince William County (2016-2007)
Prince William County Planning Commission (This appointed body advises the Board of Supervisors on land use planning and zoning law).
–At-Large Planning Commissioner (2006-2004)
Potomac Rappahannock Transportation Commission
Prince William County Social Services Board (2004-2003)
Prince William Boys and Girls Club Board of Directors
-Former Vice-Chairman and Program Director
Member, Knights of Columbus (2008 to present)
Member, Lake Ridge Lions Club (2001 to present)
Member, Prince William Regional Chamber of Commerce (2001 to present)
Virginia State Bar (An agency of the Supreme Court of Virginia, this organization regulates the practice of law in Virginia).
Arlington County Bar Association (This is a voluntary bar association of Arlington’s lawyers and judges).
Moot Court Judge – GMUSL (2005)
“Working Remotely Was Not Reasonable,” HR Magazine, December 2006 Vol. 51 No 12.
“3rd Circuit: Back pay is available under ADA only for wrongful discharge,” SHRM Court Report (Dec. 29, 2006);
“11th Circuit: Sexual Harassment is viewed by totality of circumstances,” SHRM Court Report (Dec. 1, 2006);
“7th Circuit: Medical certification requirement did not amount to discrimination,” SHRM Court Report (Nov. 3, 2006);
“DC Circuit: FECA remains exclusive remedy for work-related injuries,” SHRM Court Report (Oct. 20, 2006).