Tesla and Elon Musk are engaged in a legal battle against the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), a long battle for the company. Musk admitted that he is also building a case against the federal agency, just as they are doing their job to take the fight to the Tesla camp.

The CEO plans to end the legal altercation and emerge victorious.

Tesla, Elon Musk: Building a Case Against the SEC

Elon Musk vs. the SEC

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A Twitter user claimed online that Musk and Tesla have built a case against the SEC and that they have enough evidence against the agency regarding this legal battle. The user statement received confirmation if Elon Musk replied: that his camp has indeed built a case against the agency.

Musk and Tesla are now both going against the SEC and the legal battle is ongoing. The CEO didn’t discuss their case against the SEC until his statement, but it could be something heavy or substantial as the tech billionaire seems confident in his stance on the matter.

Nevertheless, other supporters or users online want Musk to proceed with caution as he could lose it against the agency.

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Elon Musk plans to end the fight with the SEC

Musk seems confident in his camp’s case against the SEC, and this is because he said he intends to finish it when the time comes. The CEO’s words sound like he has something he hasn’t disclosed yet, and it would be a major aid in their legal battle with the SEC, something that will soon change things.

Elon Musk vs. SEC: many problems with the agency

The tech CEO has been following the SEC for quite some time. This is due to the billionaire’s actions on social media over the many companies and ventures. Once upon a time, Musk was overseen by the SEC for his Dogecoin tweets, promoting the cryptocurrency that influenced its performance in the market.

The current case centers on the battle with Tesla and the CEO for the clean energy company not following Musk’s tweets in recent months that it was on probation. The CEO must not do what he had done before, especially when he implied on social media that his company is going private, a violation of SEC laws.

Musk reportedly continued to mock the SEC via his Twitter account even after the settlement.

The US SEC and Musk have a long and deep history that stems from the early part of Tesla’s business and how the CEO acts on his own or his will. There have been several cases and issues between the two camps, and they are now focusing on getting each other together, especially now that the CEO says their base is also filing a lawsuit against the commission.

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