“A trust law derivative action, or a common law one?” ___ In the early 80s, a trust was established. Its assets came to be worth around $55m:  A parent established the trust for the principal benefit of their spouse and 4 children, with TCo as trustee: ,  TCo's shareholders were 2 of the kids - the Ds:  The trust deed gave TCo a wide discretion to make resolutions on the distribution of income. If there was no resolution, the income was to go to the principal beneficiaries. From 2009 to 2020, TCo made no distributions to principal beneficiaries, but to entities related to the Ds: ,  P alleges there were no resolutions appropriately passed in some years, or no resolutions passed in good faith and for proper purpose, meaning that the income should have been paid to principal beneficiaries - a breach of trust:  P claimed one fifth of the distributions made, plus interest, and that TCo “make good” the trust fund:  TCo purported to amend its trust deed and distribute ~$58m received on compulsory acquisition of some real estate on an unequal basis between the beneficiaries (including 44% to each of the Ds (!) and 3% to P):  P attacked this on two grounds: saying TCo breached a restriction on amending the substratum of the trust, and that the amendment and later distribution was not for good faith or proper purpose:  P made various other claims, including for the removal of TCo as trustee and that their 3% had still not been paid:  -  P also complained about the Ds causing TCo to transfer TCo's crane business to an entity associated with them:  Importantly, claims other than P's claims for their own money were derivative - they were claims of TCo's which P was seeking leave to bring:  The Ds and TCo suggested the right to bring this application had been abolished by s236(2):  The Court was forced to consider whether the derivative application was available in respect of the beneficiary of a trust, or an estate - the “derivative action in equity” - and found it was available in special circumstances:  -  The power of the Court to grant leave for this type of derivative action arises from its jurisdiction over the administration of trusts, which the Court considered at length:  -  The resemblances between company law and trust law derivative actions does not make them the same:  The s236(2) abolishment of common law derivative actions does not abolish trust law derivative actions. The Court has the power to grant leave to the P: ,  There was extended consideration of the crafting of P's claim. Some claims would not be repaid into the corpus of the trust:  -  A further e.g. a question of whether equitable compensation would be available if leave to bring the derivative application is granted to P arose:  The Court ordered an urgent hearing about whether P should be granted leave to bring the derivative actions:  _ If you'd like to contact me please look for James d'Apice or Coffee and a Case Note on your favourite social media spot - I should pop up right away! #coffeeandacasenote #auslaw
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Bilmarknaden är just nu upp-och-nedvända världen. Man kan sälja elbilar för mer än man köpte dem, det är ingen större skillnad på totalkostnaden per månad på att köpa en begagnad bil för 60 000 eller 120 000 eller en billig elbil och så vidare. Det och mycket till pratar vi med bilexperten Erik Naessén om i dagens avsnitt. När vi stod i bilbytestankar förra året fick vi många tankespjärn av en läsare i RikaTillsammans-forumet. Han kom hela tiden med inlägg som var totalt ointuitiva men som inte gick att avfärda. Det största tankespjärnet var att en ny elbil hade samma totalkostnad (TCO) som en begagnad bil. Jag hade i alla år levt i villfarelsen att en begagnad bil är den minst dåliga bilaffären man kan göra. Det gjorde att vi förra året bjöd in Erik till podden för att prata om sitt expertisområde som är skärningspunkten mellan kunskap om olika bilmodeller, finansiering av bilar och privat/företagsekonomi. Det krävs nämligen kunskap om alla tre områden för att komma fram till det bästa svaret. Han hjälpte oss även med att finansiera vår bil (Tesla Model Y) på ett sätt som gav 100 000 kr mer i värde. Det pratade vi om i dessa två avsnitt: - https://rikatillsammans.se/tips-vid-bilkop-och-privatleasing/ - https://rikatillsammans.se/bilekonomi-och-bilkop-vanliga-fragor-och-svar/ - https://rikatillsammans.se/bilkalkyl-tco-kalkyl/ Idag, 12 månader senare, är marknaden fortfarande märklig. Erik berättar om ett av sina senaste biköp, en Kia EV6 som han köpte för 480 tkr och sedan sålde för över 600 tkr. Fokus denna gången är dock inte att tjäna pengar på bilköp utan svar på läsarfrågor. Många av er har skickat in frågor om just bilar och bilekonomi som vi diskuterar med Erik i dagens avsnitt. Det är frågor såsom - Billigare begagnade biler - Privat eller företagsleasing - Hur söker man bäst på blocket - Är det värt med märkesverkstäder - Tips när man ska sälja sin bil - m.m. Erik hänger mycket i RikaTillsammans-forumet under användarnamn @skogstomten men har även en egen hemsida: https://elbilsexpert.com/ Där han hjälper människor som står i bilköpar- eller bilbytetankar. Vi själva och många i forumet har anlitat Erik och är lyriska. Avsnittet är inte sponsrat av Erik, utan vi gillar hjälpa duktiga och generösa personer i vår community. Vi hoppas att du gillar dagens avsnitt och om du har frågor eller kommentarer, ställ dem helst i RikaTillsammans-forumet eftersom det är där vi alla hänger.
Dell Technologies is introducing new infrastructure solutions, co-engineered with VMware, that deliver greater automation and performance for organizations embracing multicloud and edge strategies. “Customers tell us they want help simplifying their multicloud and edge strategies as they look to drive more efficiency and performance from their IT,” said Jeff Boudreau, president, of Dell Technologies Infrastructure Solutions Group. “Dell Technologies and VMware have numerous joint engineering initiatives spanning core IT areas such as multicloud, edge and security to help our customers more easily manage and gain value from their data.” Business data and applications continue to grow in multicloud environments comprised of edge locations, public clouds and on-premises IT. Many organizations have already adopted a multicloud approach, and the number of applications running at the edge will grow 800% by 2024. “IDC's global research shows many organizations are struggling to balance the rapidly rising complexity and cost of data centre, edge and cloud operations with relentless business demand for better data integration, security and application performance,” notes Mary Johnston Turner, IDC research vice president, future of digital infrastructure agenda. “These organizations recognize the need for a consistent operating model tightly integrated with infrastructure platforms that support sophisticated, large scale data-driven workloads.” Dell VxRail delivers greater performance and smallest-ever systems at the edge Dell is introducing several new VxRail systems and software advancements that improve performance on-premises and at the edge including the industry's only jointly engineered HCI-based DPU solution with VMware. Improved system performance: A result of co-engineering with VMware and its Project Monterey initiative, VxRail systems support new VMware vSphere 8 software that has been rearchitected to run on DPUs. Customers can improve application and networking infrastructure performance and improve TCO by moving these services from a system's CPU to its new onboard DPU. Support demanding workloads: Select VxRail systems now support VMware's new vSAN Enterprise Storage Architecture (ESA). With up to 4x vSAN performance improvement, customers can better support demanding mission-critical applications. Smallest edge systems: VxRail rugged modular nodes deliver high performance and scalability in the system's smallest form factor to date. Modular nodes are ideal for edge use cases including healthcare, energy and utilities and digital cities because of VxRail's industry-first, on-board hardware witness, which allows for deployment in high latency, low bandwidth locations. “The increasing demand for software-defined infrastructure services for networking, storage and security places more demands on already-strained CPUs. As more distributed, resource-intensive applications are onboarded, there is a need to reimagine data centre architecture to fully support the requirements of these applications,” said Krish Prasad, senior vice president & general manager, Cloud Infrastructure Business Group, VMware. “Dell VxRail with VMware vSphere 8 will deliver a foundation for next-generation data centre architecture by running infrastructure services on the DPU. This will enable greater network and application performance and a new level of sophistication in adopting Zero Trust security strategies to protect modern enterprise workloads.” Dell APEX expands multicloud and edge support for VMware environments Dell is adding several offers to its APEX portfolio for VMware workloads that speed development of cloud-native apps and better allocate compute and storage resources for applications at the edge. APEX Cloud Services with VMware Cloud adds managed VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid services, which allows IT teams to help developers move faster by using a container-based approach to application development. With Dell-managed Tanzu servic...
Erik Neandross, CEO of Gladstein, Neandross & Associates, talks about working with OEMs and fleets to navigate into the future, the importance of TCO in clean transportation, and how taking risks is what will identify winners. He also talks about the three main drivers of the move to more sustainable transportation and gives advice on what the industry needs to be doing now to speed up adoption of alternative fueled vehicles.
The Minnesota Vikings are back at TCO today practicing with the San Fransisco 49ers in town to wrap up training camp. Which players like Justin Jefferson, Dalvin Cook and Kirk Cousins stood out the most along with other news, notes and observations. Plus, the Minnesota Twins are heating back up. However, is it too little too late? Finally, our top-5 Vikings players to draft in your fantasy football leagues. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Minnesota Vikings are back at TCO today practicing with the San Fransisco 49ers in town to wrap up training camp. Which players like Nick Bosa, Trey Lance and Deebo Samuel are we most excited to watch and matchup with Vikings opponents. Plus, what did we learn from Saturday after watching Ed Donatell's new defensive scheme in action for the first time since the Mike Zimmer era. Finally, the Twins are warming up with a pivotal home stand vs the Royals and Rangers. What's been more impressive as of late, the pitching or hitting? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Minnesota Vikings are back at TCO today practicing before the San Fransisco 49ers come to town for a joint practice to close out camp. Players like Nick Bosa, Trent Williams and Trey Lance will be under full display vs some of the best Vikings talents. Reggie and Luke break down the most exciting players to watch and which matchups will showcase and highlight the players who have progressed the most during the offseason. Plus, the Minnesota Twins showed a glimmer of hope last night beating the Kansas City Royals however, what do they need to do to get hot and stay win contention down the stretch? Finally, Luke puts Reggie on the hot seat with “What Does It Mean” as they put Za'Darious Smith under the microscope as a potential comeback player of the year. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Mike Florio joins to discuss the latest in the NFL & Peter Carline of the Daily Mail stops by TCO to talk covering the Vikings from overseas, how people in England perceive the MLS, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, & more!
VEN's Gabe Henderson stops by TCO to talk all things football and Vikings Training Camp. Plus, Vikings Senior Vice President of Player Personnel Ryan Grigson to talk making Minnesota his home, the player he's most proud of scouting, & more!
Meatsauce & Nordo are LIVE from TCO giving you the latest from the Vikings night practice. Plus Ben Leber, Superstar Mike Morris, & PA stop by to discuss position battles, the upcoming preseason opener & more!
The Minnesota Twins officially made a splash before the trade deadline acquiring three new arms to add into the rotation. However, will it be enough to push them over the division hump or did they wait too long missing out on high end talent? Plus, a trip to TCO where Sam fills us in on all the Vikings practice notes. Including an injury update on two vital pieces inside the teams new offense. Finally, “What Does It Mean” as we try our best to recap the iconic career Vin Scully put together and the impact he had on his team, the city of Los Angeles and multiple generations inside the broadcasting booth. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
–PA and Nordo do a slot swap to broadcast live from TCO in Eagan, Lavelle E Neal III joins to chat some Twins, and the guys discuss the rookies being in pads for the first time.
New Vikings GM Kwesi Adofo-Mensah joins PA at TCO to talk about his love of the band Queen, his approach to the NFL draft & free agency, what excites him about training camp, & so much more. Plus, Vikings CB Chandon Sullivan & WR KJ Osborn stop by the perch for more conversation on the upcoming season.
PA & Nordo are LIVE from TCO discussing all of the changes around the team ahead of the start of training camp. PA reacts to a recent QB tier ranking & Kyler Murray's place on the list. Plus, PA highlights some AFC East action & goes down the schedule to predict win/loss totals for all four teams.