Marc Bain Rasella is arguing that Musk was late filling out a form that says he owns more than a 5% stake in the company, which meant that the stock was artificially low while he bought some more. Basically, he’s saying that by Musk not filling out this form, he kept the value of Twitter stock low so that he could buy it cheap, and sellers “missed the resulting share price increase as the market reacted to Musk’s purchases and were damaged.”
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