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, as well as statutory proceedings authorized under Delaware’s business statutes, including appraisal cases, demands for books and records, and requests for dissolution and receiverships.
Mac has worked closely on a variety of cases involving important Delaware corporate law and alternative entity issues, including the litigation filed by Men’s Wearhouse against Jos. A. Bank in connection with its $1.8 billion buyout offer, the going-private transaction concerning Dell Inc., the shareholder class action litigation filed in connection with MacAndrews & Forbes Holdings Inc.’s acquisition of the minority interest in M & F Worldwide Corp. (MFW), the stockholder class and derivative actions challenging affiliate transactions involving Enterprise Products Partners L.P. and Enbridge Energy Co., and the representation of a petitioner in an appraisal action resulting in a post-trial ruling awarding a 60% premium over the merger price (captioned, respectively: Mens Wearhouse Inc. v. Wildrick, C.A. No. 9383-VCL (Del. Ch. Feb. 25, 2014); High River L.P. v. Dell Inc., C.A. No. 8762-CS (Del. Ch. Aug. 16, 2013); In re MFW S’holders Litig., 67 A.3d 496 (Del. Ch. 2013); Gerber v. Enterprise Prods. Holdings, LLC, 67 A.3d 400 (Del. 2012); Brinckerhoff v. Enbridge Energy Co., 67 A.3d 369 (Del. 2011); Owen v. Cannon, 2015 WL 3819204 (Del. Ch. June 17, 2015).
Mac also regularly advises boards of directors and special committees in internal investigations, and stockholder derivative demands.
In 2016, he was recognized as a Rising Star for business litigation in Delaware Super Lawyers.