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Update: Plaintiffs Request Cease Order on Tesla Autopilot Features and Marketing

Plaintiffs in the Tesla Autopilot litigation have requested that the Judge order CEO Elon Musk to deactivate Self-Driving technology in all Tesla vehicles, and to refrain from any related messaging pertaining to the capabilities of this feature. The buyers asked the judge to keep the ban in place until the company is able to address all issues regarding their Self-driving technology, and deliver on promises made by their marketing.

The plaintiffs are represented by CaseyGerry attorneys David S. Casey, Jr., Gayle M. Blatt, Jeremy K. Robinson, P. Camille Guerra and Michael Morphew, and other law firms.

To learn more about the case, please visit our prior post at:

You can learn more about Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) on our website.

If you have purchased a Tesla vehicle as a result of Tesla’s marketing practices, you may have a legal right to compensation. Please contact the CaseyGerry law firm at 619-238-1811 to speak to an attorney. Or use the form below:

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