Two weeks of trial, 17 witnesses and thousands of pages of exhibits later, attorneys in the case challenging Elon Musk on Tesla’s purchase of a solar company could still have a significant amount of work ahead of them.

Though the trial, pushed back repeatedly due to pandemic restrictions and held beginning July 12 at the Leonard L. Williams Justice Center in Wilmington in what’s likely the most crowded a Chancery courtroom has been since the early months of 2020, has concluded, the claims that have now been pending for nearly five years still aren’t expected to be resolved with a court decision for months.

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