One of Elon Musk's first moves as the new owner of Twitter was to fire a large number of employees and pose an ultimatum to those remaining: be prepared to work long hours or resign. Those decisions have led to many lawsuits, in which former employees allege their rights were violated. In a thorough review of the situation, New York's ABC 7 quotes Professor Michael LeRoy, an expert in labor and employment. LeRoy explained that there Twitter is facing significant potential penalties should a judge rule in favor of the former employees, but there are several complicating factors that could work in favor of Twitter.
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