Professor Stephen Bainbridge, a corporate law scholar often cited in the opinions of Delaware courts, writes here about the arguments for and against plurality voting versus majority voting for directors. The good professor observes that: “Like Delaware, the ABA Committee on Corporate Laws has amended the Model Business Corporation Act so as to permit the use of majority voting.” However, they do not require it as a default. The ABA recently affirmed their position. The good professor discusses several Delaware decisions and refers to other sources to explain why he agrees with the recent letter by the ABA Corporate Laws Committee explaining why it would not be changing its position. (The letter was written on behalf of the ABA by famed Delaware corporate litigator A. Gilchrist Sparks). This is great stuff for those who are interested in the finer points of corporate governance.