While Joe Biden’s supporters accuse the U.S. Supreme Court of a “lack of transparency,” how about taking a look at our poorly-run and without-an-ounce of transparency Chancery Court.
Opinion If you were an elected United States Representative, elected to the U.S. Congress to do the people’s business, and you learned that the President of the United States was guilty of one outrageous crime after another during his entire political career, what would you do? I know what I would do in 2022, when…
This illegal back scratching was bound to end someday, but the powers that be eventually heard the cries of TransPerfect’s oppressed workforce, and Chancellor’s ouster ensued.
We consider the ruling a victory in that the Federal Court found Chancellor Bouchard ordered TransPerfect to pay ‘$44 million in undocumented fees’ to his former law firm. It also put Bouchard and the Chancery Court on notice, which will help prevent future violations of civil rights.
$44 million in undocumented fees?! That’s highway robbery in broad daylight! The company’s victory will help others not get screwed or bullied the way TransPerfect did in Delaware by greedy, manipulative Bouchard.