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    Would Glass Lewis Have Anything To Do If It Were Consistent?

    Ralph Waldo Emerson famously derided a foolish consistency, famously writing in his essay, Self-Reliance:

    Glass Lewis, section 602(a), Supermajority vote, Bob Lamm, California Corporations Code, Corporate Governance, proxy voting guidelines, Section 902(a)

    Why Some Delaware Corporations May Be Concerned With California's Supermajority Vote Requirements

    Section 710(b) of the California Corporations Code defines a "supermajority vote" as a requirement set forth in a corporation's articles of incorporation (or certificate of determination) that specified actions be approved by a larger proportion of...

    Supermajority vote, Corporate Governance, 66 2/3 vote, California Sui Generis, Section 710, venture capital