Category: Corruption

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…

EXCLUSIVE BREAKING NEWS: Chancery Court Chancellor McCormick Was Attorney for TransPerfect’s Arch-Rival– in this Case, it was “HIG”?

OPINION Dear Friends, It appears to me from my research that the Chancery’s “Delaware Way” has turned a blind eye to seemingly flawed and conflict-ridden court procedures! Hold on to your hats, folks: The evidence indicates that current Chancellor Kathaleen McCormick served as an attorney for TransPerfect’s arch-rival – in this case, it was HIG!…

Senator says Govt must change the way of business to combat corruption

An independent senator, he told his fellow lawmakers that Barbados might need to consider doing business differently. He thinks the government must take the lead to pave the way for businesses to combat corruption. He thinks lawmakers need to start at the governmental level to make the anti-corruption legislation work. The Senate continued to have…