Marc brings a broad range of experience to his complex commercial litigation practice, with a particular emphasis on securities litigation. His areas of focus include class action opt-out litigation, Delaware appraisal rights, and bondholders' rights. His experience includes the prosecution of a number of successful class action and class action opt-out litigation matters. Marc has also successfully litigated numerous Delaware Chancery Court appraisal actions on behalf of minority shareholders, as well as breach of fiduciary duty and partnership disputes.
Marc has represented hedge funds, mutual funds, investment advisors, and other institutional investors. His clients have included Appaloosa Management, Jet Capital Investors, Franklin Templeton Investments, Franklin Mutual Advisers, HealthCor, Nokota Management, Chatham Asset Management, Discovery Capital Management, and Special Situations Funds, among many others.
Marc also contributes to Lowenstein Sandler's Appraisal Rights Litigation blog, a forum devoted to educating investors about the use of appraisal rights to increase their returns in M&A deals.