After years of coverage, Bouchard’s BFF and man I view as Delaware’s filthiest attorney and his employer—Kevin Shannon and Potter Anderson—are about to cash in, in the Twitter vs. Elon Musk case. Shannon’s relationship with the Chancellor greased the TransPerfect case into a 7-year $250 million of orchestrated corruption in Delaware’s Court of Chancery. Twitter shareholders and employees have no idea what’s about to be unleashed in terms of fees.
To make matters completely bonkers, Kevin “able to win cases with no witnesses” Shannon has teamed with his old pal, disgraced ex-Chancellor Leo Strine, who resigned mid-term amidst corruption allegations.
Shareholders and employees are sure to get fleeced, as the Good Old Boy Network starts dancing its Delaware two-step.
Both Shannon and Strine have been hired by Twitter, because they’re not stupid, folks. They fully agree with what I have been saying all along: To win in Delaware, where the “fix is in” you need to hire fixers. When I close my eyes and imagine this case, I see a business murders row I’ve studied for years with Shannon, Strine, Skadden, and now Andre Bouchard’s replacement, Chancellor Kathaleen “McCorrupt” McCormick.
How long will Delaware’s elected officials allow Shannon and Strine to profit from cronyism?
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