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Sponsored by the Torts Section of the Delaware State Bar Association 

1.0 Hour CLE credit in Enhanced Ethics for Delaware and Pennsylvania Attorneys

Course Materials

This will be a HYBRID CLE.  You may register for this event as a live participant or by Zoom.  Even if you register as a live participant, you will receive a Zoom link by email immediately which you may disregard if not attending by Zoom. (Check spam folders if you do not.) If you are going to attend the live session, you will report to the venue and check in.  Only live attendees will receive live CLE credits after 12/31/2022.  If you do not receive your Zoom link upon registration, please contact reception@dsba.org

Join us for this seminar to look at how online conduct can lead towards lawsuits and how to deal with them. Online torts deal with the interactions between consumers, companies, and users all controlled by user agreements, but how do these contracts affect which jurisdictions law can be applied, where lawsuits can be filed, the remedies, and arbitration? During this seminar we will dive into what laws can be applied and how to address these cases, how intellectual property and probate law come into play, and how laws have evolved to address online property rights.


How Common Law can be applied to online tortious activity

Immunity under the Communication and Decency Act

Statutory Civil Remedies

Delaware State Laws: Civil Liability and Online Property Rights



Margaret M. DiBianca, Esquire
Clark Hill PLC


The Honorable Danielle J. Brennan
Superior Court of the State of Delaware

Miranda D. Clifton, Esquire
Heckler & Frabizzio, P. A.

Joshua H. Meyeroff, Esquire
Morris James LLP


This CLE will be conducted live and via Zoom. To register, visit www.dsba.org/cle and select this seminar, choosing whether you wish to attend live or by Zoom.  If registering for EITHER method, you will receive an email back from Zoom immediately providing you with the correct login information. If attending by zoom and you do not receive this email, contact DSBA via email: reception@dsba.org. The Supreme Court of the State of Delaware Commission on Continuing Legal Education cannot accept phone conferencing only. You must attend through a device that allows DSBA to obtain your Bar ID in order to receive CLE Credit. Your attendance will be automatically monitored beginning at the scheduled start time and will be completed when the CLE has ended. If you enter or leave the seminar after or before the scheduled star t /end time, you will receive credit only for the time you attended. Your
CLE credits will be submitted to the Delaware and Pennsylvania Commissions on CLE, as usual.

Naturally, if you attend the seminar live, you must sign in and we will use your attendance as the means for reporting the live credit.

DSBA Members $60
DSBA Government Members & Torts Section Members $54
Non-members (get member rate by JOINING) $160
Pennsylvania Credit – add: $4

* advertised price is for the standard member rate.


Those attendees who wish to receive CLE credit, other than from Delaware or Pennsylvania, should contact their individual State’s CLE Commission for credit. The Delaware State Bar Association can provide you with the Agenda (included in the Materials sent with your registration confirmation) and a Certificate of Attendance (upon completion of the webinar), which should meet the requirements of compliance.

All rates include CLE Seminar and any materials. To register now or review DSBA CLE Policies, click below.