TransPerfect Allies Launch Push To Overhaul Chancery Court

Law360 (September 5, 2019, 10:14 PM EDT) -- Battling boiled up again Thursday over the Delaware Chancery Court-ordered sale of translation technology company TransPerfect Global Inc. that sparked an unrelenting resistance campaign from its co-founder Philip R. Shawe, with a company-aligned advocacy group announcing plans to stump for changes to the nationally known court's practices, disclosures and oversight.

Citizens for a Pro-Business Delaware, which had also waged an aggressive advertising blitz when Chancellor Andre G. Bouchard ordered TransPerfect sold under court supervision in 2015 on grounds it couldn’t continue under shared ownership by feuding co-founders Shawe and Elizabeth Elting, announced the start of door-to-door canvassing Thursday.

The campaign is planned...

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