Category: Citizens for a Pro-Business Delaware

Citizens for Pro Business Delaware – July 10th, 2019

Dear Friends, IMPORTANT !!!!! I am asking you to click on this link: Please take a quick look and let me know what you think. I am preparing a feedback piece. Send your comments as soon as you can, as the response has been strong! I would like to thank the legislators who have responded as well, and I…

Drama in Delaware as Chancery Court’s Bouchard Again Meets TransPerfect in Court

I had the unique experience of covering an unusual day for Delaware and the Coastal Network, on Wednesday, July 10, in Wilmington, Delaware. It involved a rousing and heavily attended press conference, a fascinating hearing in the Court of Chancery with Andre Bouchard presiding, and a fabulous party and TransPerfect summer celebration at the Hotel…

TransPerfect Sees “Booming” Growth Months After Courts Lose Their Grip

So what happens when TransPerfect is permitted to operate its business without the court-ordered, hand-picked custodian, employment of countless attorneys, needless consultants, and Delaware elites? All installed as a result of Delaware and Chancellor Bouchard’s over-reaching and needless court decisions that tried to sell the business from under its founders. Ordinarily, I bet you would have wait years to find out?   Just months…

TransPerfect Sale Clears Final Hurdle!

Hoorah! After four-years, the TransPerfect legal battle has finally ended with co-founder Philip Shawe and his mother Shirley Shawe continuing to own and run this successful private company. After following every detail of this case, reading all available documents several times, and interviewing many employees, I feel I know what is right and wrong about…

Equity in TransPerfect now in doubt, as Employee wins in Georgia Court

Whoops, not so fast Robert Pincus, the Bouchard-crony and former law partner who Delaware’s Chancellor Andre Bouchard appointed to be Custodian of this profitable company, TransPerfect Global — in the wake of erroneously forcing its sale to the highest bidder — may not work out as planned. A Georgia Court has ordered that an employee’s…