Once again, a newspaper in Europe is writing about America's First State -- that's Delaware, in case you didn't know. In my view, this continuous and suspiciously absurd, seemingly biased operation that Chancellor Bouchard conducts in his Chancery Court is again raising its ugly head on the world stage. This time it is mostly about racial diversity in Delaware, and a Spanish … [Read more...] about European Newspaper Writes About Chancery Court Inequities, and Demand for Diversity
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Folks, it's amazing how sunlight acts as a disinfectant for corruption. TransPerfect won the right to see the bills in their Chancery Court case, but I think it's only because they used a lawsuit in Nevada to successfully shed a spotlight on what Bouchard was doing, which in any other court would be deemed corruption in my view. After four years, and, from what I understand … [Read more...] about TransPerfect Wins Effort to Access Details of Skadden Arps Bills in Chancery Court Case
OPINION Dear Friends, Eventually folks, potential corruption or systems that help to make corruption tempting -- especially in an Equity Court System where the Judge is omnipotent under the law -- people rise up and demand change. Such is the case in Delaware’s Court of Chancery under the leadership of Andre Bouchard, who orchestrated in my educated opinion, the largest … [Read more...] about New Delaware Bill Seeks to Shine a Light on Archaic Chancery Court
Why have evidence or witnesses to make your case in Delaware's $250 million TransPerfect fiasco? When your name is Kevin Shannon, and your friends are wearing the robes, in my opinion, you don't need evidence or witnesses -- cause you have the game rigged in your favor. If this isn't illegal, it surely ought to be. Frankly, I see this as a disgusting and disturbing view … [Read more...] about The Unholy Connections of Potter Anderson’s Kevin Shannon to Delaware’s Chancellor Andre Bouchard and Delaware’s Chief Supreme Court Justice, Leo Strine
After Chancellor Andre Bouchard’s capricious and subjective rulings in the TransPerfect case, causing in my opinion, Delaware to drop from #1 in perceived equity and justice to #11 in a national survey, it is obvious to any true businessman and indeed many intimidated lawyers, that the Delaware law allows the judges in this court to exercise omnipotent rights to adjudicate any … [Read more...] about IT IS TIME TO REIGN IN THE CHANCERY COURT — TOO MANY ARBITRARY AND CAPRICIOUS RULINGS BY CHANCELLOR ANDRE BOUCHARD!