Where are all the FAQs?

Where are all the FAQs? You are currently only in the Access to Justice tab of the FAQ page.  Notice that the FAQs are organized into various categories and tabbed with the names of different areas to search such as CLE, Dues, Publications, etc.  Just click on the appropriate tab and you [...]

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Patent agents in Delaware

How does a patent attorney in another state become a patent agent in Delaware? Patent attorneys in other states who wish to serve as a patent agent in Delaware should contact the U.S. District Court: WEBSITE:  https://www.ded.uscourts.gov PHONE:  302-573-6170

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CLE certificates

Do I need to file my own CLE certificate? DSBA COURSES ONLY: If you took the course with DSBA - No.  All LIVE, ZOOM, and ONLINE VIDEO credits are automatically reported by DSBA directly to the CLE Commission.  The following issues should be considered:      Live seminars:  If you attend a [...]

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Transcript Questions – CLE

Where should I find out how many CLE credits I need? Your CLE transcript is handled by the CLE Commission, which is an arm of the Supreme Court of Delaware.  To access the policies of the CLE Commission, please go to:  CLE Comm: https://courts.delaware.gov/cle/policies.aspx If you need to contact the Commission, their number [...]

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Are dues tax deductible?

What percentage of my dues are tax deductible? Your dues payment will not be deductible as a charitable contribution, but will, in general, be deductible for most members as an ordinary and necessary business expense, except to the extent provided in the next sentence.  Pursuant to the Revenue Reconciliation Act of 1993, [...]

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Address or Other Changes – How do I report a change in my legal directory information?

How Do I Get My Legal Directory Information Changed? To make changes to your legal directory information, do the following: Log in FIRST to the www.dsba.org website. In the members area page (first page when you log in), click the LEGAL DIRECTORY button OR click HERE.  At the top of the page, [...]

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Purchasing Problem – Credit Card Not Working

My credit card won't work in purchasing something...what's happening? There could be a number of issues: BILLING ADDRESS: Perhaps the biggest problem is that the billing address you've entered is not the same as the one on your credit card. CARD EXPIRATION: Has your card expired?  Check the expiration date. If you [...]

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CLE Transcripts – How do I know how many credits I still need to take? Who helps me with problems with my transcript?

CLE Transcript Issues An attorney's CLE transcript and any questions concerning the transcript should be directed to the Delaware Supreme Court CLE Commission.  Their website is found here:  https://courts.delaware.gov/cle/ and their phone number is 302-651-3941. The CLE Commission permits all attorneys to log in to their own account to see their current [...]

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Bar Exam: How do I sign up for the Bar Exam; what is required?

The Delaware Bar Exam - how to sign up; what is required The Board of Bar Examiners (BBE) handles the implementation of all rules related to the certification of attorneys for the Supreme Court and administers the Bar Exam.  The BBE website is https://www.courts.delaware.gov/bbe/faqs.aspx. This website will detail all the information necessary [...]

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