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15 April 2019, 07:16 | Hattie Nash
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If they fail to do so, Judge Alison Nathan will rule on the contempt charge.
The comments about Musk's tweeting and tendency to say things that get him into trouble are reminiscent of an interview James Anderson, a partner at Baillie Gifford & Co., gave to Bloomberg Television last month.
The judge was not impressed, however, and told both sides to "Take a deep breath, put your reasonableness trousers on, and work this out", giving them until this Thursday to settle their differences out of court.
The judge also wrote that if Musk is found in contempt, both sides will write legal briefs about his punishment.
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The SEC says Musk violated the compensation as he tweetedTesla's vehicle production.
The SEC said at the hearing that the remedies it was seeking included a series of escalating fines for future violations, and monthly reporting on Musk's communications. Musk explained pre-approval wasn't needed by his tweet because it was.
When he is found by Nathan in contempt of this October settlement SEC lawyer Cheryl Crumpton recommended penalties for Musk.
But Musk attorney John Hueston told the judge that the SEC had failed to demonstrate that his client had violated the deal. The portfolio manager for Tesla's largest shareholder after Musk said the CEO may better serve the company by being less outspoken. His lawyers said the SEC violated his First Amendment rights to free speech.
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"We have always believed that we should be able to work through some discussions directly with the SEC, as opposed to prematurely rushing to court", he said. Last August, that conversation, delivered the stock of the company on a wild ride.
At Thursday's close, Tesla stocks were down 19.5percent so far this season.
Both the Panasonic and the next-12-months production tweets are noteworthy in light of the settlement that sprang from Musk tweeting in August of previous year about trying to take Tesla private.
Musk later backed off the idea of taking the company private, but regulators concluded he had not lined up the money to pull off the deal.
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