Martin Tripp, formerly with Tesla, is embroiled in a case with his former employer. The case, which began in 2018, accuses Tripp of stealing and disseminating multiple gigabytes of confidential trade secrets. In turn, Tripp denies all wrongdoing and describes himself as a whistleblower exposing evidence of vital safety concerns and company fraud. He is countersuing Tesla for defamation.

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