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Why He’s ‘Out For Blood’ By Benzinga

Elon Musk Building A 'Hardcore' Tesla Litigation Department: Why He's 'Out For Blood'
© Reuters Elon Musk Building A ‘Hardcore’ Tesla Litigation Department: Why He’s ‘Out For Blood’

Over the last couple of months, Tesla Inc (: TSLA) CEO Elon Musk has been entangled in several lawsuits, from regulatory scrapes to shareholder tussles to a Hollywood couple’s divorce aftermath.

Amid all these legal involvements and the recent allegations of sexual misconduct against him, Musk has announced on Twitter (NYSE:) the formation of a “hardcore litigation department” for Tesla that directly initiates and executes lawsuits.

Musk’s decision to create the litigation department could be beneficial in the long run for Tesla.

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Tesla already has an extensive legal department, but the company also works with outside firms in bigger cases.

In a recent Twitter post, Musk announced that Tesla is seeking applications for the litigation department. He asked people to send their applications in a bullet-point format, “describing evidence of exceptional ability.”

They can send their applications to justice@tesla.com. The team will be reporting directly to Musk.

Musk said he aims to have a free and fair litigation department that will never seek victory in a lawsuit against Tesla that is justified, and never surrender if a case lacks merit.

Earlier, during a Twitter conversation about Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign on Twitter, Musk said he is now ready to fight.

Photo: Created with an image from Tesla Owners Club Belgium on Flickr

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