Chancellor Andre Bouchard on Thursday held Philip Shawe and TransPerfect Global Inc. in contempt for refusing to pay the bills of the court-appointed custodian charged with overseeing the company’s forced sale in 2015.

In a 37-page memorandum opinion, Bouchard said Shawe and his profitable New York-based translation-services company “intentionally and willfully” violated court orders and sought to use a Nevada lawsuit to undermine the Chancery Court’s exclusive jurisdiction over the years-long dispute.

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