Tesla Employees Asked to Help the Company Deliver Cars Yet Again

Roman Schwartz
March 25, 2019

Musk's lawyers included email communications and drafts of the original settlement, which show the SEC wanted all of Musk's public communications about Tesla, including tweets, to be approved by the company before publishing.

Block, who owns a small put position on Tesla, said the SEC has held Musk "partially" accountable.

Back on September 2018, SEC had sued Mr. Musk because of the tweet which he had written on the month of August. The SEC has said no hearing is necessary. Tesla's Policy does not make any Tesla-related tweet per se material. While speaking to the reporters Dan Ives said that the Model Y had great interior design and stated that the present endeavor of Tesla could be very profitable for the company.

"Moreover, Musk's belief that the [production numbers] tweet did not require pre-approval was correct", Musk's attorneys added. "The SEC claims this is a "post hoc" rationalization".

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Musk disagrees. He argues that he was merely repeating Tesla's earlier production estimates. He includes red-line drafts Musk's lawyers sent to the SEC during negotiations over the settlement.

"The key question is whether Musk complied with Tesla's policy, not whether the SEC is satisfied with Tesla's policy", Musk's lawyers wrote. Musk voluntarily waived the constitutional arguments he now advances. The electric sports utility vehicle promises to be Tesla's much-awaited crossover, which will face stiff competition from European auto makers who will also soon be rolling out their own electric vehicles (EVs). Musk allegedly turned down that version of the settlement.

Elon Musk announced on Thursday that the program is back, but the incentives are admittedly much, much slimmer than they used to be. Tesla says the first draw will be around May 1st. According to the Verge, the judge overseeing the matter said both sides have until March 26 to request a hearing on whether Musk should be held in contempt; the SEC has not done so, apparently confident that the court will agree Musk's lawyers are spewing gibberish.

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