(a) The certificate of incorporation or the bylaws may require that any or all internal corporate claims shall be brought exclusively in any specified court or courts of this state and, if so specified, in any additional courts in this state or in any other jurisdictions with which the corporation has a reasonable relationship.
(b) A provision of the certificate of incorporation or bylaws adopted under subsection (a) shall not have the effect of conferring jurisdiction on any court or over any person or claim, and shall not apply if none of the courts specified by that provision has the requisite personal and subject matter jurisdiction. If the court or courts of this state specified in a provision adopted under subsection (a) do not have the requisite personal and subject matter jurisdiction and another court of this state does have jurisdiction, then the internal corporate claim may be brought in the other court of this state, notwithstanding that the other court of this state is not specified in that provision, and in any other court specified in that provision that has the requisite jurisdiction.
(c) No provision of the certificate of incorporation or the bylaws may prohibit bringing an internal corporate claim in the courts of this state or require those claims to be determined by arbitration.
(d) "Internal corporate claim" means, for the purposes of this section, (i) any claim that is based upon a violation of a duty under the laws of this state by a current or former director, officer, or stockholder in their capacities as such, (ii) any derivative action or proceeding brought on behalf of the corporation, (iii) any action asserting a claim arising pursuant to any provision of this chapter or the certificate of incorporation or bylaws, or (iv) any action asserting a claim governed by the internal affairs doctrine that is not included in (i) through (iii) above.