A federal judge shot down a request for sanctions against Tesla over the company’s handling of discovery in a case where three factory employees say they faced daily discrimination.

In the motion, plaintiffs alleged that Tesla and its Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton counsel only complied with a court order to release the names and contact information of their co-workers—and potential witnesses to the alleged discrimination at the Fremont, California-based factory—when it favored the company.

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