Paul May is a member of Beasley Allen Law Firm’s Mass Torts Section, where he is currently working on Invokana litigation.
Invokana clients have suffered adverse side effects, which can include diabetic coma and death, from the blood sugar regulating medicine. The lawsuits allege Janssen Pharmaceuticals, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, failed to properly test the type 2 diabetes drug and warn consumers, health care professionals and the medical community of the risks and consequences of using it.
Paul is member of the Bullock/Barbour County Bar Association and serves as an adjunct professor in the College of Business and Executive Education at Faulkner University. He also serves on the Programs Committee of the Hugh Maddox American Inn of Court and a member of the Alabama State Bar’s Young Lawyers Section.
A native of Union Springs, Alabama, Paul earned his undergraduate degree in history from Auburn University Montgomery, graduating cum laude. He then graduated from Faulkner University’s Thomas Goode Jones School of Law and was admitted to the Alabama State Bar in 1996.
Paul is a certified Guardian Ad Litem for the state of Alabama and serves on the Bullock County Children’s Policy Council.
Prior to working at Beasley Allen, Paul has worked in private practice as a solo practitioner for the past 17 years. His work history also includes regulatory control manager for Colonial Mortgage.
He and his wife, Theresa, have three children and reside in Prattville, Alabama. They attend Hunter Hills Church in Prattville, where they have been active in the children’s ministry. Paul is an avid fan of the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Boston Red Sox.