The important Chancery opinion styled In re Investors Bank Corp. Inc. Stockholder Litigation, Cons. C.A. No. 12327-VCS (Del. Ch. April 5, 2017), could serve as a roadmap for directors who want to know how to structure decisions they make on their own compensation based on stockholder ratification such that it will be subject to the deferential standard of the business judgment rule as opposed to the default standard of entire fairness that would generally apply to an inherently self-dealing transaction such as voting on one’s own compensation. This 36-page decision is must reading for any director making a decision about their own compensation, and who seeks to have a deferential review standard applied if that decision is challenged.