Thomas R. May has extensive experience in all facets of the fire service industry with over 29 years of involvement in fire/investigations related fields. He is a licensed attorney who specializes in cold case forensic fire/explosion investigations, litigation, and representation of expert witnesses facing Daubert or similar challenges. Mr. May also provides expert witness testimony and performs NFPA 921 and NFPA 1033-based peer and file reviews for insurance companies and attorneys. He is a frequent lecturer and an active author and researcher in the area of forensic fire science and law. Mr. May teaches fire-related subject areas as an adjunct professor at Eastern Kentucky University. He routinely advises Innocence Projects worldwide in matters involving fire-related forensics. In 2008-09, Mr. May served in Iraq as a Forensic Fire Investigator for the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers and Task Force SAFE.