Category: Chancellor Kathaleen McCormick

Are Delaware’s Chancellors Providing Equity and Fairness, or is Our Court of Chancery Steeped in Conflict, Improprieties, and Corruption?

Dear Friends,   Folks, I’ve been writing recently about the appearance of impropriety in the role of the Chancery Court Chancellor. Some of you wrote asking, does this really matter, Judson? Let me explain why it matters to you, me and America’s First State.   There are conflicts with Kathaleen McCormick and the TransPerfect case—perhaps…

Snooze Fest Hearing As Delaware’s Good Ole Boys Make Nonsense Arguments

McCormick’s Faced With Decision Of How Much She May Skirt The Law To Protect Chancery Elites Dear Friends, The TransPerfect hearing on Monday was a Snooze Fest that featured a ridiculous argument by Supreme Chief Justice C.J. Seitz’s former firm, Ross Aronstam. As a reminder, it was Seitz who saw fit to join Leo Strine…

Skadden Arps’ Jennifer Voss Get Schooled by Alan Dershowitz, Who Energizes Chancery Court Hearing

I have never seen billing like this in my life, in my experience and in everything I have ever read,” Dershowitz said. “I can tell you anybody, any lawyer, no matter how wealthy or how rich, if they are given what Mr. Pincus was given, a carte blanche, an empty checkbook, allowing him to charge $20,000 for an email, there will be no problem getting people to serve in that capacity. The issue is not whether you get people to serve in that capacity; they will be standing in line to fill in the blank checks. What we have to do is finally put an end to this.