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.
it was criminal to watch these individuals, systematically take “$44 million in undocumented fees”, according to a federal judge’s ruling. To add insult to the ethics and equity of the court and the good people of TransPerfect and their families, Bouchard ordered an additional $3.2 million to go for his Skadden crony, Robert Pincus.
OPINION Dear friends, Folks, yet another Skadden Arps fees article came to my attention. Overbilling was an issue in the TransPerfect case where Skadden actually billed for preparing bills?! Chancellor Andre Bouchard’s former employer Skadden was the beneficiary in the TransPerfect case in Delaware as a federal judge ruled that there were “$44 Million in…
We consider the ruling a victory in that the Federal Court found Chancellor Bouchard ordered TransPerfect to pay ‘$44 million in undocumented fees’ to his former law firm. It also put Bouchard and the Chancery Court on notice, which will help prevent future violations of civil rights.
$44 million in undocumented fees?! That’s highway robbery in broad daylight! The company’s victory will help others not get screwed or bullied the way TransPerfect did in Delaware by greedy, manipulative Bouchard.