An advance notice bylaw requires stockholders to tell their company substantially in advance of a stockholders’ meeting if they want to nominate someone to to be elected as a director at that upcoming meeting. But, under the Hubbard decision, sometimes the Court of Chancery will set aside such a bylaw when it is used in a way the Court finds is inequitable. Here Carl Icahn is claiming that the Board changed its basic business strategy after the advance notice bylaw deadline has passed and it would be inequitable under those circumstances to bar him from nominating a slate of directors to bring the company back on course. The Court has agreed to hear his claim. The outcome will be interesting.