Courtesy of LexisNexis and their Corporate and Securities Practice page comes a videocast in which Steve Berstler of LexisNexis tapes yours truly in a short clip that discusses the recent Delaware Chancery decision in Manning v. Vellardita, highlighted on these pages, which addresses a motion to disqualify counsel based on an argument that the movant failed to disclose in his motion for admission pro hac vice that he was a member of a firm that had represented a party adverse to his client.