Tesla Motors' lawsuit update: Martin Eberhard, Elon Musk have a court date tomorrow
The AP spoke to legal experts about the case who said that Eberhard's request on the founder issue could be seen as a "prior restraint" request "that is only granted by judges in extremely rare instances such as when publication threatens national security." It could backfire. Musk told the AP that his $75 million investment in Tesla Motors and his "two years of 100-hour workweeks" to rebuild Tesla means he can claim to be a founder of the company. Eberhard would not comment before tomorrow's court date.
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