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September/October 2020 Issue

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Michael May Joins Boardman Clark

Michael P. May, formerly the City Attorney for Madison, Wisconsin, has joined Boardman Clark as Senior Counsel.  May started with the firm on October 1. 

Mike brings over 4 decades of legal experience, including 16 years as the chief legal office for Wisconsin’s second largest city.  As Madison City Attorney, he ran an office with 16 attorneys and 10 support staff, and managed complex legal issues at the highest levels of city government.  Mike’s inside experience and legal expertise will be a great addition to the Municipal Law Group at Boardman Clark.

Mike’s experience ranges from A (Administrative Appeals) to Z (Zoning).  He can assist local units of government on alcohol licensing, appellate review, civil rights, contracts (including public bidding), constitutional law, elections, government structure, intergovernmental agreements, open meetings and public records, police and fire, public works and utilities, tax disputes, and zoning.  He brings a wealth of knowledge on dealing with politically charged issues while under public scrutiny.

May is a native of Madison, where he attended high school, undergrad and law school, earning scholastic honors along the way.  He has been active in the State Bar of Wisconsin, including service on the Boards of the Government Lawyers Division and of the Administrative and Local Government Law Section.

We welcome Mike to the Boardman Clark team!

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