Shareholder Meetings and Voting for Directors | Brian JM Quinn | February 22, 2013

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Shareholder Meetings and Voting for Directors

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  1. 1 Show/Hide More DGCL Sec. 211
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    Meetings of Stockholders, Quorum, and Notice
  2. 2 Show/Hide More DGCL Sec. 212
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    Shareholder Voting Rights
  3. 3 Show/Hide More DGCL Sec. 213
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    Fixing Date for Determination of Stockholders of Record
  4. 4 Show/Hide More DGCL Sec. 214
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    Cumulative Voting
  5. 5 Show/Hide More DGCL Sec. 216
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    Quorum and Required Votes
  6. 6 Show/Hide More DGCL Sec. 229
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    Waiver of Notice
    1. 7.1 Show/Hide More DGCL Sec. 219
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      Access to stockholder lists
    2. 7.2 Show/Hide More Crown Emak Partners, LLC. v. Kurz
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      Sec 219 and record holders
  7. 8 Show/Hide More DGCL Sec. 222
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    Notice Requirements
  8. 9 Show/Hide More DGCL Sec. 223
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    Director vacancies
  9. 10 Show/Hide More DGCL Sec. 146
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    Force-the-Vote
    1. 11.1 Show/Hide More DGCL Sec. 109
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      Bylaws
  10. 12 Show/Hide More DGCL. Sec. 228
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    Action by Written Consent
  11. 13 Show/Hide More Shareholder Resolutions
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    Although the corporate law makes it clear that management of the corporation is the prerogative of the board of directors, shareholders have the right to vote for directors and for other matters that may come before the shareholders at annual or special meetings. As a result, access to the ballot is an extremely important issue, as are the conditions upon which the board may be required to permit shareholders to take up questions related to governance of the corporation. Access to the proxy is governed both by state corporate law as well as the Federal securities laws.
    1. 13.2 Show/Hide More Lovenheim v. Iroquois Brands Ltd.
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      Shareholder Resolutions
    2. 13.3 Show/Hide More Bebchuk v. Electronic Arts Inc.
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      Shareholder Proposals
    3. 13.4 Show/Hide More CA INC. v. AFSCME Employees Pension Plan
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      Bylaw amendment, director voting reimbursement, 141(a) and shareholder proposal.
    4. 13.5 Show/Hide More Airgas Inc. v. Air Products and Chemicals
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      Legal validity of bylaw amendments
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