John Tremain May

John Tremain May: Attorney with Jordan Coyne LLP (formerly Jordan Coyne & Savits, L.L.P.)

Biography

Author: "Administrative Survey: S.E.C.," 10 Law and Policy International Business 237, 1978. Hearing Committee Chairman, D.C. Board of Professional Responsibility, 1995-2001. Adjunct Professor, Legal Ethics, Washington College of Law at American University.

Areas of Practice (5)

  • Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility
  • NASD Arbitration
  • Legal Malpractice Defense
  • Accountants Malpractice
  • Professional Liability Defense

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
703-246-0900  Phone
703-591-3673  Fax
www.jordancoyne.com
University Attended:
Carnegie Mellon University, B.S., with honors, 1975; Carnegie Mellon University, M.S., 1976
Law School Attended:
Georgetown University, J.D., cum laude, 1979
Year of First Admission:
1979
Admission:
2000, Maryland; 1979, District of Columbia; 2016, Virginia
Memberships:
Bar Association of the District of Columbia; The William B. Bryant American Inns of Court; The Counsellors; The Barristers, American Bar Association.
ISLN:
905076940
Payment Information:

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