Mr. May represents plaintiffs in their claims of workplace discrimination, retaliation, sexual harassment, wage-and-hour, and whistleblower violations. He also represents employees and executives in non-compete and severance matters. Mr. May has successfully litigated several matters as first or second chair, including a $3.5 million breach-of-contract verdict and a $1.5 million sexual harassment settlement. Mr. May's work also clarified an employee's right to receive attorney's fees, statutory penalties, and prejudgment interest under Minnesota's wage-and-hour statutes. Mr. May is the past President and a board member of the Minnesota Chapter of the National Employment Lawyers Association. Mr. May is also a Rule 114 Qualified Neutral and Mediator.