The Harvard Law School Corporate Governance Blog has a thoughtful post on the above topic here, with reference to recent Delaware decisions that support the inclusion in a company’s charter or bylaws of a provision that would require shareholders suits to be filed in Delaware. This discussion follows a suggestion in the recent Revlon  decision and also relates to a recent article here by Professor Bernard Black and others indicating that cases governed by Delaware law are increasingly being filed in other jurisdictions in the hope that judges less experienced in Delaware law may give those cases less scrutiny than some plaintiffs would prefer to receive in Delaware. See also a recent article in the Wilmington paper here that discusses the topic generally.