A non-Delaware lawyer who had been admitted pro hac vice for a matter pending before the Delaware Court of Chancery, was subject to a private admonition/probation for participating in a conference call with the court–but without his local Delaware counsel. His local counsel did not become aware of the call until after it was

On January 13, 2012, the Court of Chancery issued non-binding guidelines or “best practices” to help lawyers and their parties handle common and sometimes complex  procedural issues that arise in litigation before the Delaware Court of Chancery. 

Kevin F. Brady, who is a member of the Court of Chancery Rules Committee, prepared this summary.