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RMG Welcomes Jonathan May as Firm Partner

Rosenberg Martin Greenberg is proud to announce the addition of Jonathan Z. May as a partner of the firm. Jon will lead the firm’s Business Planning & Transactions practice group, and contribute to the Tax & Wealth Planning and Tax Controversy groups. Jon joins RMG after spending over 25 years at Whiteford, Taylor & Preston L.L.P.

Clients Jon represents range from established and emerging businesses operating in various sectors, to nonprofit associations and charitable organizations, including health care providers, educational institutions, human services organizations and providers of housing, support and care services to seniors (e.g., assisted living, long-term care and home care). He advises clients on business, transactional and tax matters, and acts as general outside counsel for a number of organizations and businesses. Select experience includes entity formations, joint ventures, asset acquisitions and mergers, contract negotiations, regulatory compliance, corporate governance, tax planning and tax controversy matters.

RMG Managing Partner, Barry Greenberg, states that, “the addition of Jon to our firm reinforces our commitment to supporting our clients with the expertise they expect from the firm and the continued growth and expansion of our business planning and transactions practice. Jon is a great guy who will add immeasurably to our skillset and the unique culture of RMG.”

Jon has been selected for inclusion in Best Lawyers in America (including a selection as the Baltimore Non-Profit/Charities Law “Lawyer of the Year” in 2013) in the areas of Nonprofit/Charities Law, Tax Law, and Litigation & Controversy – Tax. He is also selected for inclusion in Maryland Super Lawyers for Nonprofit Law, and is AV Peer Review Rated by Martindale Hubbell.

Jon is a member of the American Bar Association (Taxation Committee and Subcommittee on Exempt Organizations), the Maryland State Bar Association (Chair of the Section of Taxation’s Tax-Exempt Organizations Study Group and its Transactional Tax Study Group) and the District of Columbia Bar Association; he is also the Vice-Chair of the ASAE Ethics Committee, serves as the Vice-Chair of Leadership Howard County and as a board member for the Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service. Jon obtained a B.S. from the University of Maryland, his J.D. at the University of Baltimore School of Law, his LL.M. in Taxation at Georgetown University Law Center, and a Master’s Degree in Management of Aging Services from the University of Maryland Baltimore County. He is licensed to practice in the State of Maryland and the District of Columbia.