Business Law

At Tony M. May, P.C., we have many years of experience assisting our clients with business law issues. Our attorneys understand how to best help them protect themselves through appropriate business agreements, and accurate contract drafting.

Construction Law

We make it a point to educate all of our clients in Las Vegas construction law in order to limit the risk of occurrences of legal mistakes that can jeopardize projects, as well as the viability of the company.

Administrative Law

Our business lawyers in Las Vegas have many years of experience in representing businesses, contractors, engineers, and company owners with professional licensing issues, including prosecuting or defending licensing complaints of all types, as well.


If you are considering filing for bankruptcy, our lawyers can help you to determine whether or not it is the right step for you to take. We offer free half hour legal bankruptcy consultations!

Contract Drafting

When you are entering into a new business venture, operation agreement or business partnership, it is absolutely crucial that you have all of the appropriate, effective and legally binding documentation agreements necessary to ensure that you can protect your property, and its legal rights.

Real Estate Law

The attorneys at Tony M. May, P.C. have years of experience working with landlords and commercial tenants to ensure that their rights and properties are legally protected.


Taking a New Approach to Help Las Vegas Businesses

Since the firm’s opening in 2009, the attorneys at the Law Offices of Tony M. May, P.C. have been working with Las Vegas businesses and individuals to provide them with the very best up to date legal advice. With the combined experience of our attorneys, our firm has backgrounds in many different industries. Therefore, we are ready and prepared to assist you on your various legal matters.

We firmly believe that in order to promote the very best interests of our clients, as well as obtain the best possible legal outcome for them, it is imperative that we educate each and every individual client thoroughly about their legal issues. So that when we share information with our clients, in turn, they can provide us with all of the necessary and pertinent information we need to help them in their situation.

Meeting with Attorneys Who Use Las Vegas Business Law to Help You

Rather than diving headfirst into business or personal disputes without knowing where you are going, or what your rights are, first consider calling one of our attorneys at the law office of Tony M. May, P.C. to assist you. Our firm will provide you with the best legal information to help you, help yourself. Whether you are starting a new business, negotiating a contract, having lease issues, or filing a construction claim, we will help you to see the bigger picture, and work within the laws to make them benefit you. We are Las Vegas’s best business law firm, and we are ready to help your business succeed!

Our Las Vegas Business Attorneys

At Tony M. May, P.C., we have business attorneys that are skilled in a multitude of different areas. We are proud to provide Las Vegas businesses and individuals with legal services in administrative law, business law, construction law, contract law, contract drafting/negotiations, consumer bankruptcy, lease agreement drafting and negotiations, employment law, and real estate law.

  • Administrative Law

    At the Law offices of Tony M. May Law, P.C., we represent our clients’ interests in various administrative proceedings, before state government agencies and boards. These reviews and proceedings also include state administrative courts, as well as matters relating to local governmental agencies. Our attorneys have experience assisting our clients with the Nevada State Contractors Board, the Nevada Board of Engineers and Land Surveyors, as well as with the Nevada Division of Insurance. Likewise, our attorneys have experience assisting clients with zoning and land use issues, as well as defending clients against charges resulting from land use issues. Based on our attorneys’ diverse backgrounds, they bring both practical experience and legal expertise, which allows our office to handle a wide range of problems that can arise in any administrative settings.

  • Business Law

    Tony M. May, P.C. Law is a full-service law firm. Our business and corporate law attorneys frequently represent clients in business formation, business contracts and business disputes. Our clients include both small companies and large well-established companies. We also provide assistance to startup and growing companies in the Las Vegas area, as well. Our lawyers have many years of experience in handling business disputes, and we are recognized for our hard work and creativity in resolving business disputes on behalf of our clients. Our small, but aggressive group of attorneys has assisted clients with protecting their businesses as we work towards long-term relationships aimed at benefiting both our clients’ longevity and the quality and integrity of our firm.

    At Tony May Law, our years of experience with business law and corporate law proceedings set us apart from other law firms within the Las Vegas area. Our skills and expertise continue to meet all of the ongoing changes in business law. Our expert team has worked hard to build trusting relationships, and we value our partnerships with our clients. From seeking counseling on how to resolve legal issues to assisting small businesses in getting started, we believe that the Law office of Tony M. May, P.C. is the very best business law firm in the Las Vegas area for your long-term needs.

  • Construction Law

    Our law firm assists and represents individual contractors, businesses, subcontractors, owners and developers with any type of construction law needs. We specialize in providing assistance, and meeting the requirements of our construction law clients relating to a variety of different projects like large industrial, and other commercial projects. We also specialize in residential and commercial subdivisions, as well as condominium construction law projects. In fact, our attorneys and lawyers handle every aspect of construction law disputes in Nevada from bid disputes to breach of contract lawsuits, from contract formation to mechanic’s lien filing and prosecution, and from stop work notices to labor and employment disputes. As construction law can sometimes prove to be very complex and constantly changing, our attorneys are always up to date with the latest information related to the Nevada Construction Law requirements. At the Law Offices of Tony M. May, P.C., we are a full-service law firm with a great deal of experience handling any type of complex situation or litigation issue.

  • Contract Law

    At Tony M. May, P.C., we assist clients with a variety of different contract law requirements that include the formation of and structuring of corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships, and joint ventures. Our attorneys also use their experience in assisting clients with contracts, related to construction, real estate, labor and employment, and business agreements. To achieve the best chance of avoiding litigation, our firm believes that it is important to have thorough and meaningful contracts drawn up that clearly define both party’s duties and obligations. Our firm also believes that deciding to discover what is included within a standardize contract after a business dispute has arisen is not in the best interest of any business owner and we work hard to make sure our clients understand what they are signing. In doing this, it is our belief that our clients will be better able at avoiding disputes based on misunderstandings. Although some companies use standardized forms in hopes of saving a little money in legal fees, these same forms can have a number of one-sided provisions, which can lead to financial disasters, unless they are understood. Our experienced attorneys, with the assistance from our clients, can develop agreements for many different projects and industries. In fact, we believe that a well-written contract is the heart of any successful business venture. Our experience with contract drafting and negotiations will ensure you that your business has the information necessary to stay ahead of the game and understand what you are signing before any problems arise. More on Contract Lawyers>>

  • Contract Drafting

    To form the beginning of a business deal, a well drafted contract goes through very careful negotiations. Our attorneys focus on providing the very best services possible related to areas of business, real estate, labor and employment, and construction contracts. Our years of experience in real estate, construction, labor and employment, and business law allow us to handle a variety of contact drafting tasks. We work directly with our clients to make sure they understand the contract, and to make sure they are getting what they need out of the contract terms and provisions. Before signing a contract drafted by the other side, bring the contract to our law firm so that we can review it and assist you with your negotiations. It is our job to advocate for our client’s best interests and to inform them of what they are getting into by signing the contracts. If you are a business that enters into multiple contracts a year and you want to make sure that you understand the duties and obligations you are getting into, or that you do not overlook important provisions contained within those contracts, please feel free to give our office a call. The Law Office of Tony M. May, P.C. will do its best to work with you to ensure that you not only understand what you are agreeing to, but also help you negotiate the terms and conditions of your contract to ensure that your interests are protected.

    Working with vendors is an important part of many business operations, and relationships often require a strong contract to ensure that both parties are protected. Our Las Vegas law firm will draft or help you negotiate vendor contracts that are designed to meet the needs of both your business and your vendors to ensure a successful business relationship. At the Law office of Tony M. May, P.C., we provide contracts tailored to your business needs, based on specific client input. This includes contracts for construction, businesses, real estate, and labor and employment issues. Contact our office to discuss what is included in standardized agreements, as well as for specialized agreements for a wide variety of business needs.

  • Contract Negotiations

    Before you head to contract negotiations with another party, the Law office of Tony M. May, P.C. will carefully review the proposed contract with you and identify any potential issues that need to be negotiated, based on that specific client’s needs and desire for risk allocation. Our attorneys can also act as your advocate during contract negotiations to ensure that you are receiving a fair contract, and that you understand the terms of the contract agreements and obligations you are entering into. As part of the contract negotiation process, we will also advise you accordingly, regarding any arbitration clauses or any other clauses in which you are taking on liability or giving away rights. Depending on the situation and the makeup of the parties to an agreement, there are clauses that are advantageous to both parties, however, there are times where a clause can force you to forfeit your rights and reduce your ability to protect your business in a court of law. It is our job to identify these clauses and give you the ability to negotiate these clauses to best protect your rights.

  • Consumer Bankruptcy

    Bankruptcy was set up by the United States government many years ago to help people obtain a new start, when they run into situations where they simply cannot pay off all of their debts. Therefore, bankruptcy must be filed in federal court. Depending on which form of Bankruptcy you decide to pursue, you will be asked to pay a portion of your debts over time, or you will give up certain property in exchange for the cancellation of all of your debts. Chapters 7, 11 and 13 bankruptcies are the most common filings in Las Vegas. If you are uncertain if you should declare bankruptcy or not, or which type of bankruptcy to pursue, our office will provide counsel related to your financial situation. We will help you to determine which bankruptcy filing, if necessary, is best for your particular situation.

    In the filing of any bankruptcy case, you are required to prepare a petition that lists your assets, and liabilities. The Law office of Tony M. May, P.C. can provide assistance by creating this petition for you. As part of this Petition, you are required to answer a number of questions related to your finances. The Failure to provide the correct financial information, or to answer the questions correctly, will cause problems as you file your bankruptcy case. We can help you to complete these documents, analyze them, and file your bankruptcy case for you. We will then walk you through the process and assist you with the filings and your hearing with the Trustee. The Law office of Tony M. May, P.C. has several years of experience handling a variety of bankruptcy cases. Please contact our Las Vegas office today for more information.

  • Lease Agreement Drafting & Negotiation

    The Law office of Tony M. May, P.C. provides lease agreement drafting and negotiations for commercial lease agreements. We can also assist clients with purchase agreements, and sales agreements. Our skilled team will review the terms of your lease before you sign it to ensure that you are receiving a fair agreement for your specific business requirements. Whether you are looking for a lease for a restaurant, commercial property, or warehouse, our skilled team is here to help. We regularly provide lease agreement drafting and negotiation services for both property owners (i.e., landlords) and commercial tenants. We feel that leases need to be tailored to the benefit of both parties in order to give the parties the best chance of benefiting from the lease. We also believe that it is important to make sure that our client has a clear understanding of their rights, and obligations.

  • Real Estate Law

    Our real estate attorneys provide legal representation to homeowners, business owners, banks, lenders, real estate brokers, consultants, landlords, and more. We can also provide legal assistance to property owners (i.e., landlords) related to tenant evictions. The Law office of Tony M. May, P.C. is a full service law firm with several years of experience in Nevada real estate law. To manage complex real estate litigation and transactions, our team includes both attorneys and a paralegal to assist its clients in resolving real estate disputes.

Las Vegas Attorney‘s

No matter which of the above-mentioned areas of law you find yourself in need of assistance for, our attorneys will be able to assess the situation, find the best possible solution, and educate you in the processes we use in order to work as a team to achieve the best possible outcome.

Our attorneys work with both new and existing companies looking to protect their businesses. Our Las Vegas business law firm makes it a priority to provide individuals and companies with personalized, and general counsel services. We firmly believe in creating solid, long-term business relationships with our clients. We feel that they deserve to have access to the very best possible legal counsel. Our Law Firm provides creative business solutions in regards to drafting, forming and restricting legal entities. Our experienced negotiation team has years of experience handling contracts, dispute resolutions, regulatory compliances, and preventative advice.



  • business ownersThe best business owners are those who not only strive for success but have knowledge about their available resources in the event of financial setbacks. If your business gets into a bad financial situation and becomes insolvent, it may be time for a contingency plan where the business needs to erase its debt. The prospect of filing for Chapter 7, Chapter 11 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy can be very intimidating.

    However, if it is the right decision for your financial situation, then it’s a responsible one that has been part of the American legal system for a long time. The legal side of declaring bankruptcy is intricate and seeking a bankruptcy lawyer can make the process much easier to navigate. However, it behooves one to become familiar with the background and basics of the process before engaging an attorney. You will find below, a basic guide surrounding filing for Chapter 7 and 13 Bankruptcy. For Chapter 11, the process is more intricate and should be discussed with an attorney.  However, for Chapters 7 and 13, use this and other resources to determine what the best course of action is for your business.

    Why File Bankruptcy?

    You should because you deserve a fresh start. Edison tried over 700 ways to make a light bulb before he got it right. When asked by a New York Times reporter about the concept of failure, Edison answered,

    bankruptcy“I have not failed 700 times. I have not failed once. I have succeeded in proving that those 700 ways will not work. When I have eliminated the ways that will not work, I will find the way that will work.”

    Do not feel discouraged in the process of filing for bankruptcy. This process is just another tool in the process of finding the right path for your business.

    Many people have been in this position before, many more still will be, and many of those businesses who sought help from bankruptcy are now back on their feet and profitable. U.S. law allows you to eliminate or reduce your debt if you or your business is in the red and qualifies for bankruptcy.

    Should You File?

    First, determine if you should file for bankruptcy and what specific chapter you will file for. The two common types of bankruptcy forms for individuals and small businesses are Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. If you are sure you will file in Las Vegas and you would like specific advice on your case, contact The Law Offices of Tony M. May, P.C. online or by phone.

    annual incomeIn October of 2005, a new bankruptcy law took effect. This law acts to establish a determination for the type of bankruptcy filing an individual may qualify for through a mathematical formula called a “means test.” This will take into consideration, your monthly income, the size and type of debt you have, and your financial assets.

    In the city of Las Vegas, an individual may file for Chapter 7 or 13 Bankruptcy if their annual income amounts to less than the state median income in the state of Nevada. If an individual's annual income amounts to over the state median income, they will be required to complete a list of pre-qualifications, including an estimate deduction on their projected disposable income for the next 5 years. This, among other qualifications, will determine which chapter you may file for.

    • Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

    This is often filed by individuals who find themselves in personal debt with unsecured debtors. You may file for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy for a maximum amount of debt management and for protecting your assets. Chapter 7 works to wipe out unsecured debts, like hospital bills, utility delinquencies, and credit cards. The process of being approved for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is relatively streamlined and speedy for the one filing.

    Chapter 7 BankruptcyNormally in Las Vegas, the time elapsed between filing and being approved is between three to five months. However, this should be used with caution. The law only permits one to file for Chapter 7 once every seven years, so it is useful to consult a bankruptcy lawyer in determining whether or not filing bankruptcy at this time is right for you.

    If approved, Chapter 7 Bankruptcy allows one to eradicate the majority of their unsecured debts but requires an individual to give up all of their non-exempt property. Often, those who file for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy no longer have any non-exempt property or equity or they had secured their assets. One may secure assets prior to filing, by pledging them to a secured creditor as debt collateral. Assets protected under exemption laws are not available to pay off unsecured creditors and are known as “no asset” bankruptcies. Often, Chapter 7 Bankruptcies are classified as no asset files. A court can deny a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy case if the individual's debts are mostly consumer-based.

    • Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

    Often, filed by small businesses and sole proprietorships, Chapter 13 of the bankruptcy code allows debt to be paid back as part of a repayment plan at a smaller portion of the original amount. Though one must still pay their debt in part, they are not required to give up property. After being approved, recipients will live within a strict budget, which is monitored by the bank and the court trustee. The process for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy approval takes a significantly longer duration of time than that of Chapter 7.

    Chapter 13 BankruptcyOnce approved, failure to meet the required monthly payments will result in a restitution of one's debts and a failure of the bankruptcy. However, debtors have an opportunity at that time to convert their bankruptcy to a Chapter 7.

    Unlike Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy is implemented by those who are behind with payments such as a repayment plan or a mortgage. Chapter 13 allows those who are approved to catch up on their debt over time. A great benefit in filing for Chapter 13 is the opportunity for debtors to keep their homes free from foreclosure.

    • Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

    For large businesses or businesses with significant assets, chapter 11 is more likely the right choice of bankruptcy if the business wants to eliminate debt and continue the business.  Since this is the most complicated of the three types of bankruptcy, we recommend that you sit down with a bankruptcy attorney and discuss your options directly.  Many large companies in the United States, as well as within the Las Vegas Valley, have used bankruptcy as a means of keeping a business going, despite suffocating debt.

    If you would like to have a confidential discussion with an attorney to determine if bankruptcy is right for you, and which form of bankruptcy will best suit you or your business, please contact us at The Law Offices of Tony M. May, P.C.

    How Much Will it Cost?

    Like anything in the legal industry, filing for bankruptcy can be a complicated and costly endeavor. There is more to filing for bankruptcy than a simple form and a fee. Individuals will encounter several fees mandatory for the processing of one's file. Fees will be required for pre-filing, credit counseling, debt management ‘education’, legal consultation, preparing and processing of the required forms, and other varied court procedures. It’s difficult to say, for certain, since every case is different but the process will likely cost an individual anywhere between $415 and $2500.

    Many applicants may qualify for fee waivers. Finally, the cost of the filing process will be contingent on one's individual financial standing. This may take into consideration foreclosures, child support related debt, back taxes, and the status of asset exemptions. For professional help in navigating the world of bankruptcy law in Las Vegas, contact The Law Offices of Tony M. May, P.C.

  • 4 Reasons You’ll Need a Business Lawyer

    Business lawyers and legal advice are not just a good idea, they are essential components of any business plan for the legalities and laws concerning your industry. With so many legal matters, lawyers can potentially save a company time, money, and resources while providing the extra boost of confidence every business owner needs.

    business planNot considering a business lawyer may turn into a costly mistake and an error which could have easily been avoided with a bit of research. They increase the value of the business and help protect their clients from legal implications so they can operate a fruitful and flourishing organization.

    Following State and Federal Compliance procedures are also an important aspect a business owner may overlook due to the vast majority of laws. A business lawyer will help ensure no law is overlooked and all business is conducted up to State and Federal standards.

    Responsibilities of a Business Lawyer

    • Helps handle various business transactions legally and ethically
    • Assists with liability claims
    • Advises the client concerning the prosecution or defense of lawsuits
    • Educates the client on their legal rights and obligations
    • Analyzes possible outcomes for potential cases
    • Evaluates any findings and develops accurate and pointed legal strategies

    Benefits of a Business Lawyer

    Here are four reasons why a business lawyer and legal advice are essential to protect you, your clients, and your employees.

    1. Help Determine the Business Structure

    Every firm or business starts from the ground up and there are often questions concerning the structure of the business. A business can choose to be a sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability company, corporation, or nonprofit. An experienced lawyer can help navigate the business owner through all these options while helping settle on the choice which bests suit your industry.

    Business lawyers can also assist with educating the business owner on how to avoid personal liabilities, set-up fees, choosing the right insurance policies for your business, setting up employee manuals, identifying business expenses, and create and file all required documents so nothing is missed in the structuring process of the business.

    1. Drafting and Negotiating Contracts

    A well-written contract is essential to any business and is the foundation of any good business deal. Business lawyers will take the time to educate their clients and explain the process for any contract or negotiation such as a sales contract, vendor contracts, and employment contracts.

    A lawyer can find potential issues there may be within a contract and advise their client on how to proceed regarding any issues which may arise. They can help you achieve a fair negotiation process and fair contract terms while also evaluating the conditions of the business to be sure the client will be forfeiting none of their rights. Business lawyer can also identify liabilities within contracts that need to be addressed during contract negotiations so that your business does not take on unnecessary risks as part of a contract.

    1. Environmental Issues

     Some environmental problems a business could face include manufacturing, waste disposal, and emissions. There may also be issues which arise if you are looking to purchase a piece of property and an inspection and environmental study are required to be done before securing the financing.

    contract reviewA business lawyer can help advise the client on any potential problems they may face due to these requirements and will help them comply with environmental standards as they proceed with the sale.

    Business lawyers also assist with franchise agreements, real estate purchases and sales, disclosure agreements, contract review, modification, and disputes. They aid in navigating stress and will read all lengthy documents in their entirety so nothing is missed and none of the client’s rights or obligations are looked over or create potential liabilities.

    1. Expert Knowledge

    The biggest benefit of hiring a business lawyer is their expertise and knowledge of legal matters relating to setting up and running a business. They focus their efforts and attention on issues which can affect the business' profit margin and can interpret the laws and regulations in the client’s state that affect the bottom line of their business.

    A lawyer can create strategic maneuvering techniques for preemptive measures to avoid litigation and penalties. This advice can save a business a lot of time and a lot of money and limits the owner’s exposure to potential litigation issues.

    Choosing the Right Lawyer

    Choosing the Right LawyerChoosing the right lawyer will take time and patience. The client will want to look for a lawyer they know and trust. One whose reputation is good, reliable, and upstanding. While finding a lawyer, there are several questions you should ask them:

    1. How long have you been practicing business law?
    2. Do you have experience in my industry?
    3. How do you charge for legal fees and other expenses?
    4. What is your advice to lessen the chance of litigation?

    Finally, consider where the office is located. Is it in a convenient location? How is the communication between yourself and the lawyer? A good lawyer will be available when the client needs them. If they do not return phone calls, then the communication isn’t there and they might not be the best fit for your business.

    Hiring a lawyer to help a business is an essential move toward running a successful operation. Even before a business can open their doors for the first time, they need to be sure they have filed all the appropriate paperwork and are following the standards and regulations set forth by their state.

    They also need to be sure all tax and liability obligations are addressed. If there are employees, a business lawyer can also assist with employee issues including fair employee contracts, business disputes, insurance requirements, and wage and salary information.

    If the structure of the company has already been determined, a business lawyer can assist with recommendations concerning the business structure. They can help to create a better plan which takes into consideration the size and type of the business, the complexity of time issues, while also being cost effective.

    Business lawyers are trained, educated, and knowledgeable on all aspects concerning the legalities of owning and operating a business and can be the best tool to save time, money, and legal stress which could arise from miscommunication, misfiled documents, or missed regulations about the operation of a business.

    Tony May Law is eager to answer any questions you may have concerning your new business and is ready to assist with any legal matters that exist or could exist.

    Call, email, or fill out our contact form to get in touch.

  • Disputes regarding business contracts can be extremely stressful and complicated if you aren't consulting with a professional business lawyer. That's why it's essential that you take advantage of business contract law services throughout the entire process of any contracting agreement.

    In order to succeed in a breach of contract claim, for instance, you, with the assistance of your business lawyer, will have to prove the existence of four things: an enforceable contract, your performance of the contract, the defendant's breach of the contract, and the actual damages of that breach.

    Existence of an Enforceable Contract

    For a business contract to be valid, four additional things will have to be proved:

    1. Offer -- This can be an intention to enter a contract pertaining to both (or more) parties. Keep in mind, however, that not all discussions involving future business deals will constitute as offers.
    2. Consideration -- This means that each party has agreed to give and receive something of value. A unilateral promise is usually not considered an enforceable contract, and neither are deals based on past services.
    3. Acceptance -- This is when the parties involved have clearly agreed to all of the contract's essential terms. It is often difficult to prove acceptance in oral contracts, which is why written agreements are generally preferred.
    4. Mutuality -- This means that all parties involved understood and agreed to the basic terms and substance of the contract after an initial meeting or discussion.

    Your Performance of the Contract

    You must prove that you held up your end of the deal. In order to prove breach of contract, it's essential that you accomplished each detail and each responsibility that you were accountable for and that you were obligated to perform. If you're suing for breach of contract and it's discovered that you didn't hold up your end, there is a chance that the entire contract will subsequently be void.

    The Defendant's Breach

    In addition to proving that you held up your end of the contract, you have to also prove that the other party (or parties) involved did not perform their contractual duties. Whether the defendant deliberately broke contract or not, you must prove the actual breach of the contract's terms. It's important to keep in mind that breaches of contract that do not take away value from the initial agreement are generally considered minor breaches, which are much less likely to succeed as a lawsuit.

    Damages of the Breach

    You have to be able to prove how the specific breach of contract led to various damages. Damages cover any lost money, lost service time, or any other expense incurred due to the breach of contract.  The general measure of contract damages is the loss of the bargain, which means what you lost as a result of the other party or parties' breach of the contract.

    If you have been involved in a potential breach of contract case and are in need of business litigation assistance or advice, you're going to need an experienced business lawyer. Contact Tony M. May, P.C. today.



  • The man who won my case.

    “I had to sue a rouge partner, and consulted with 2 attorney's who advised me my case would be very hard to win, and to better leave things as they were. I got very lucky when a friend of mine recommended Tony May to me. After a 2 hour consultation, he decided my case was worth pursuing. He built such a good case for me, that when the judge ordered both parties to meet and try to resolve the issues at hand, before having to go to trial, my partners attorney was at a loss. We settled, and I got everything I was contesting and more. My partners attorney later admitted to me that sometimes your own clients are your worst enemies. Thank you Tony for a job well done!”

  • Exceptional service well adept and professional.

    “Mr. May and his staff did an exceptional job in handling my legal matter. I want to take this opportunity to personally thank them in making me a believer that there are still professionals who care. I highly recommend him and his staff .”

  • Instrumental in helping our company deal with what appeared to be a ‘no win’ situation

    “Tony and his firm was instrumental in helping our company deal with what appeared to be a ‘no win’ situation. His experience and knowledge of the situation, contract law, and reputation was key to helping us with our dilemma. More importantly Tony read our situation and knew exactly how to proceed. Things worked out as successfully as possible. Without Tony that would not have been possible. We nearly chose another firm. Which would have been disastrous. I am writing this review to help others make a choice that will truly assist them. Thank you.”

    Vincent K.


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