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.
Chancellor McCormick has chance to see justice prevail regarding her far-too-swift decision to deny due process and grant Skadden Arps’ motion approving past billing practices in the TransPerfect case
McCormick granted the motion without giving TransPerfect a chance to reply, which in my understanding, is a due process violation. She relied on the one-sided argument of Pincus and Skadden who, in my opinion, continued to game the system to the tune of millions of dollars in bogus fees and made a ruling before she heard any argument from TransPerfect.
OPINION Dear Friends, As I look to the future of the Delaware Court of Chancery I am hopeful, but suspicious that it’s a revolving door of non-objective equity, with bias and appearances of impropriety as seen under outgoing Chancellor Andre Bouchard’s suspect leadership and operation. Is the “Delaware Way” too entrenched into…
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.