Clark Hill Attorney Molly DiBianca Published in The Journal of the Delaware State Bar Association
Clark Hill attorney Molly DiBianca was recently published in The Journal of the Delaware State Bar Association. Her article, “Court Is Not Persuaded by Attorney’s Claimed Ignorance as the Source of LinkedIn Contact With Juror,” summarizes a situation in which an attorney googled the names of jurors during a trial. He clicked on some of the search results, including a juror’s LinkedIn profile. He connected with one of the jurors and found himself the subject of a Motion for Sanctions.
In the end, the Court declined to order sanctions but did prohibit the attorney in question from using electronic devices in any future proceeding before the Court.
Read the full summary in Molly’s article here, which begins on page 14.
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