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Delaware Court of Chancery Chancellor Andre Bouchard Chancellor Andre G. Bouchard. Courtesy photo

Arguments in TransPerfect Global’s federal case against the leader of the Delaware Court of Chancery focused Monday on whether or not the case is moot if action on contested custodianship fees can still be taken at the state level.

William T. Burke of Williams & Connolly said Monday in support of Chancellor Andre Bouchard’s motion to dismiss that the federal case is moot because due process has been satisfied in the custodianship case that continues in the Court of Chancery, while Jeremy Eicher argued TransPerfect, a New York-based software developer, and CEO Phil Shawe have a right to be vindicated with a declaration that their First and 14th Amendment rights were violated through the handling of the Chancery case.

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