Category: TransPerfect

TransPerfect Employee Sues Delaware Judge for his First Amendment Rights

  The lawsuit 1:16-cv-05936 When the TransPerfect employees began openly questioning the Chancery Court’s decision to forcibly sell a profitable company, Chancellor Andre Bouchard became enraged and asked his lawfirm buddy, former co-partner at Skaden Arps, his now appointed custodian Robert Pincus to excise the employees who were behind it. Bouchard appoints Pincus for many…

Chancery Court puts Delaware at risk

In the past several months, I have written extensively about the astounding case still going on in Delaware’s Chancery Court involving TransPerfect Global, whereby Chief Chancellor Andre Bouchard has ordered the sale of a private, extremely profitable company. According to my expert legal sources, the Delaware Chancery Court is under no duty to insert itself, and replace the…

Lionbridge and SDL Trying Capitalize on TransPerfect Shareholder Dispute

A court drama being played out may result in TransPerfect’s two chief competitors in the translations services industry seeing increased revenue.   Lionbridge Technologies (LIOX), based in Waltham, Mass., is the largest translation services company in the U.S., with revenue of $560 million last year. TransPerfect is the second largest in the U.S., with revenue last year of $505 million….

Zero Witnesses to Ten, Bouchard Ignores Facts in TransPerfect Case

  “What’s going on in Delaware”   This is my 4th article in a series spotlighting the recent practices and apparent bias in one of the Delaware Chancery Court Cases which has gleaned significant public attention. In my last article in this series I focused on the Elting v. Shawe case involving the company Transperfect,…