Iowa Law Review
Arthur H. Travers, Jr., Removal of the Corporate Director During His Term of Office, 53 Iowa L. Rev. 389 (1967) (reprinted with permission), available at http://scholar.law.colorado.edu/articles/1144/.
The traditional rules governing the removal of corporate directors have evolved so as to insulate the board of directors from the shareholders who elect them. Professor Travers in his article examines initially the interests being advanced by protecting the board members from removal by their electorate. He then critically analyzes the law as it relates to these interests in order to suggest a more rational approach.
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