Mac is a partner in the Corporate & Business Litigation Group and a former judicial law clerk on the Delaware Court of Chancery for Vice Chancellor Stephen P. Lamb. His practice focuses on corporate and alternative entity litigation and commercial disputes before the Delaware Court of Chancery, the Delaware Superior Court, and the Delaware Supreme Court.
His matters often involve shareholder class and derivative actions, disputes among boards of directors and large stockholders, contests for control of corporations or alternative entities, litigation among parties to merger agreements, and post-closing contract disputes involving claims to funds held in escrow and related tort claims. Mac’s recent matters also include statutory proceedings authorized under Delaware’s business statutes, including appraisal litigation, director and stockholder books and records demands and litigation, and dissolution cases.
Mac is also involved in emerging areas of Delaware law. For example, since the 2014 adoption of Sections 204 and 205 of the DGCL, Mac has regularly advised companies regarding the validity of defective corporate acts and stock and initiated and defended litigation involving judicial ratification under Section 205.