Charles May

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Charles has broad experience at the intersection of complex contracting, data regulation, and enterprise technology. He has represented leading companies across a number of industries, including cloud computing, marketing, consumer packaged goods, financial services, and entertainment.  

In his practice, Charles helps clients navigate applicable data privacy regulations and leads Moye White’s initiative to address the GDPR, CCPA/CPRA, CPA, and other similar regulatory developments. He also negotiates a wide range of commercial transactions, including those involving cloud solutions, data processing activities, strategic alliances, marketing arrangements, and development services. Similarly, he guides businesses on data privacy, contracting and intellectual property issues in mergers, acquisitions, and other significant corporate transactions.

Before joining Moye White, Charles led a legal team handling international go-to-market and related support at a publicly-traded, Global 2000 technology company. He was also previously a technology attorney at an Am Law 20 international law firm and a top advertising law firm. Charles draws on his wide-ranging experience to help clients strategically navigate legal considerations in pursuit of business growth, compliance objectives, and customer trust.  

Charles is admitted in New York only.