Category: Chancellor Andre Bouchard

Has The Delaware Court Been Compromised?

A Checkered Past For those who may not know, since October of 2015, I have fervently questioned Delaware Chancellor Andre Bouchard, who prior to his appointment to the bench was a Democratic activist, over his appointments for the position of Chief Deputy for the Register of Wills Office in Sussex County, Delaware. I challenged him…

Senator Colin Bonini: “Delaware must learn from TransPerfect Case”

Below is an editorial by Candidate for Governor of Delaware, Senator Colin Bonini. While I have been covering the injustice and importance of the TransPerfect case (in Andre Bouchard’s Chancery Court) for months, I am happy to see the story resonating with experienced  politicians and leaders. The danger to Delaware’s reputation is real, as Bouchard…

TransPerfect Case Exposes the Risk to Delaware Economy from Bouchard’s Unchecked Power

TransPerfect Case Exposes the Risk to Delaware Economy from Bouchard’s Unchecked Power William Shakespeare in his play Henry VI, incorporated (no pun intended) through his character “Dick the Butcher”, the famous line “The first thing we do, is kill all the lawyers”. Even today, lawyers themselves often smile at the inference made by Shakespeare about…

INJUSTICE REIGNS IN THE DELAWARE CHANCERY COURT

This is a long piece, but worth reading to understand how the rule of law is now seriously flawed by the inequities of a failed system. Even in little Delaware this growing disease now pervades our society through cronyism, favors, and improprieties I have been writing often about the TransPerfect Global case which has received…

The Appearance of Corruption and Cronyism Continues in Delaware

This is the latest in a series of articles on the infamous TransPerfect case. This case originally caught my attention because it involved newly-appointed Chief Chancellor Andre Bouchard. I had previously written an article about Bouchard and his apparent political cronyism in the Sussex County Registrar of Wills office and how he appointed three different…