About: ChasTay

Bio: Formerly from Israel, now in the USA, I have owned, run and worked with food, technology and politics, beginning with the MFA and several Knesset members. I write about technologies and interesting points of law and business.

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Possibly the end of an abusive era for TransPerfect/Milim in Delaware

Posted on: 01 May 2021

The employees and leadership of the world’s largest translation, language services, and e-discovery companies, TransPerfect Global, with 6500 employees in over 100 offices, including the Israeli division called, Milim near Tel Aviv, are celebrating the last day of Delaware’s Chancellor Andre Bouchard’s time on the bench. He resigned with more than five years left on his term. He didn’t talk about his reasons, but court officials who know him well say, “he wants to spend more time with his family and pursue other interests.”

New Documentary “Covert Cash” Exposes Funding American Universities Receive from Foreign Powers 

Posted on: 06 Nov 2020

Covert Cash alleges that these institutes are a front for a larger operation: the Chinese Government’s never-ending mission to ensure they have a “soft power” foothold on each college campus

Pirates of the First State: At Business Climate’s End

Posted on: 14 Oct 2017

This is a reprint of what appeared in RespVblica in 2017 When Respvblica launched, we said we would be reporting what others do not, in a manner that demonstrates truth — but not one version of it, the facts as they are. Dr. Ablow was first to report on the poor mental state of the…

Response to Sherwin Pomerantz on Milim/TransPerfect and the Delaware business climate

Posted on: 11 Apr 2017

Pomerantz suggests that the case is not controversial, but there have been no fewer than 57 articles on this TransPerfect case since it first appeared on the records.  That is a lot of print for a non-controversial case.  It is such that former New York mayor and federal prosecutor Rudolph Giuliani even commented on the case saying, “It appears to be a very intrusive ruling in terms of the free market… I hate to see the government, including courts, sharing in the control of a private business.”