Michael C. May, (Associate) born Washington D.C., July 7, 1976; admitted to bar, 2004, Virginia.
Education: College of William & Mary (B.A., 1998) recipient, Benjamin Stoddard Leadership Award, 1998; George Mason University (J.D., 2004), Bryce Harlow Foundation Scholar, 2003-2004.
Elected Official: Occoquan District Supervisor, Prince William Board of County Supervisors, January 2007 to present; former at-Large Planning Commissioner, Prince William County Planning Commission, 2004-2006.
Author: “Working Remotely Was Not Reasonable,” HR Magazine, December 2006 Vol. 51 No 12. Court Reports for Society for Human Resource Management: 3rd Circuit: Back pay is available under ADA only for wrongful discharge (Dec. 29, 2006); 11th Circuit: Sexual Harassment is viewed by totality of circumstances (Dec. 1, 2006); 7th Circuit: Medical certification requirement did not amount to discrimination (Nov. 3, 2006); DC Circuit: FECA remains exclusive remedy for work-related injuries (Oct. 20, 2006).
Member: Arlington and Virginia Bar Associations.
Practice Areas: Civil Litigation, Employment Law, Government Contracts, Local Government Law.