Tesla employees suing the automaker for allegedly fostering a racist factory work environment are now also pursuing sanctions against the car company.

In asking for sanctions, the workers allege Tesla and its Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton counsel have failed to comply with a court order to release the names and contact information of their co-workers who could potentially speak to the alleged racist culture at the Fremont, California, factory.

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