Carlos Ghosn, the ousted chairman of Nissan Motor Co. who escaped from Japanese authorities last week, held a press conference Tuesday in Lebanon in which he lashed out at several Nissan executives, including former chief legal officer Hari Nada, as well as the Latham & Watkins law firm.

Nissan reassigned Nada last October after Nada became a whistleblower and key witness against Ghosn. The company said Nada would remain a senior vice president and become a senior adviser on legal action.

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