Mae is an associate in Block & Leviton’s Wilmington, Delaware office. Her practice focuses on the representation of stockholders in corporate governance and breach of fiduciary duty matters.
After receiving her law degree, Mae served as a judicial clerk for then-Vice Chancellor Tamika R. Montgomery-Reeves of the Delaware Court of Chancery (now Justice Montgomery-Reeves of the Delaware Supreme Court). From her clerkship experience, she gained invaluable insights into the Court’s perspective on both the legal and practical aspects of litigation.
Mae also gained significant experience with two of Delaware’s premier defense firms—Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP and Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati. During those experiences, she represented numerous Fortune 500 companies, financial services companies, and multinational conglomerates. She was also an essential part of numerous litigations, including In re WeWork Litigation and derivative litigation involving DISH Network Corporation.
Mae graduated summa cum laude from the Seattle University School of Law, where she served as an editor for the Seattle University Law Review. During law school, Mae immersed herself in Delaware corporate law by leading a course comparing Delaware corporate law to that of Washington and other states.