Dear Friends,

I’ve written about the Chancery Court case from earlier this month twice in January. Famous attorney Alan Dershowitz dramatically dropped checks worth $5 million in the courtroom of Chancery Court Chancellor Kathaleen McCormick. A couple of news outlets wrote about this trial, including Delaware Live.

I also wrote about the possibility that the company that’s part of that trial might buy the Delaware News Journal. One media outlet that did not cover the trial was the newspaper of record in Delaware: The Delaware News Journal.

You see the problem here, folks? If that wasn’t news, what was news in Delaware this month? Many stories bigger than this one. Maybe a few, but not many. Yet, not a word from the News Journal.

What is your opinion on this? I would love to hear your feedback on this, folks. Am I seeing ghosts where there aren’t any? Any and all feedback is welcome and always appreciated.

Respectfully Yours,

JUDSON Bennett–Coastal Networkhttps://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20240103226664/en/Citizens-for-Judicial-Fairness-Urges-Scrutiny-of-Rogue-Judicial-Actions-in-Delaware

Citizens for Judicial Fairness Urges Scrutiny of Rogue Judicial Actions in Delaware

January 03, 2024 01:56 PM Eastern Standard Time

WILMINGTON, Del.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today, in light of an upcoming hearing about fees paid by TransPerfect in the Delaware Court of Chancery and reporting that TransPerfect is considering acquiring the Delaware News Journal, Citizens for Judicial Fairness released the following statement:

“Delaware needs robust coverage when there is a lack of government transparency; the media should provide insight for the hard-working Delawareans that don’t have the luxury to monitor the action of the State’s elite leadership. We are encouraged that TransPerfect is considering purchasing the News Journal to begin to shine a light on the unscrupulous nature of Delaware State’s leadership and Court system.

“Hearings like the Chancery’s TransPerfect fees hearing tomorrow will determine whether elite Court insiders will continue to serve themselves with elaborate fees and fines at the expense of workers, or if justice will prevail and companies will be able to operate freely and fairly within the state. We will be watching closely to ensure that Chancery shenanigans do not go unnoticed.