The agglomeration of legal talent on both sides of Twitter v. Musk is mind-boggling—as is the amount of money being billed on this case. But with stakes ranging from a $1 billion breakup fee on the low end to a $44 billion acquisition on the high end, with lots of room for a settlement in between, there’s plenty of cash sloshing around to cover the lawyers’ fees. If you bought a Tesla in the past few years, you probably just juiced the 2022 profits per partner of Skadden Arps, Quinn Emanuel, Wilson Sonsini, Simpson Thacher, Wachtell Lipton, and Potter Anderson.
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