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Judge Orders Tesla Board to Break Attorney-Client Privilege and Share Elon Musk Compensation Documents
Vice-Chancellor Joseph Slights III agreed with the plaintiff shareholders that a conflict of interest existed between Tesla CEO Elon Musk and the compensation committee. For that reason, the company's board of directors was ordered to turn over communications between Musk and two former in-house attorneys regarding the compensation package.
“He’s demanding. Very demanding,” said Nancy Hazely, who worked with Gayton for nearly 20 years before he joined Coca-Cola.
So far, MiMedx has paid about $30.4 million in legal fees, including the recent settlement payments to Freshfields and Kobre. The third law firm in the case, Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, continues to pursue its claim for unpaid fees.
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