Corporate Law Professor Bill Sjostrom, who also co-founded a blog called Truth on The Market, has written a provocative scholarly article about whether annual meetings of shareholders to elect corporate directors should be required. The article is heavily laced with references to Delaware statutes and Delaware Chancery Court cases. It critiques the Chancellor’s opinion in Hoschett v. TSI International Software, Ltd., 683 A.2d 43 (Del. Ch. 1996). Here’s a partial abstract: The article examines the mandatory requirement under state corporate law and stock exchange listing standards that public corporations hold annual shareholders’ meetings for the election of directors. Here is a link to the article.