SAN FRANCISCO — Yosef Peretz, dressed in a dark suit too large for his small frame, lowered himself into the passenger seat of a sleek gray Tesla Roadster with thick orange racing stripes. His client, Tesla Motors co-founder Martin Eberhard, pulled the electric, envy-of-all-Silicon-Valley-riche sports car silently out of the San Mateo County Courthouse parking garage. The two were off to breakfast to chew over a favorable ruling last Wednesday morning that allowed Eberhard’s inflammatory defamation suit to go ahead against Tesla.
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