Article - Corporations and Associations
(a) The charter or bylaws of a corporation with capital stock may not impose liability on a stockholder who is a party to an internal corporate claim for the attorney’s fees or expenses of the corporation or any other party in connection with an internal corporate claim.
(b) (1) Except as provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection, the charter or bylaws of a corporation may require, consistent with applicable jurisdictional requirements, that any internal corporate claim be brought only in courts sitting in one or more specified jurisdictions.
(2) (i) This paragraph does not apply to a provision contained in the charter or bylaws of a corporation on October 1, 2017, unless and until the provision is altered or repealed by an amendment to the charter or bylaws of the corporation, as applicable.
(ii) The charter or bylaws of a corporation may not prohibit bringing an internal corporate claim in the courts of this State or a federal court sitting in this State.