Faraday ends legal battle, may fire up Hanford facility

Hundreds of Faraday Future employees laid off in late October have wondered for weeks when — and even if — they would get back to work.

That answer may come by the end of this week, said John S. Lehn, head of government affairs for the startup electric car company in Hanford.

In an interview, he said he expected a plan and schedule for bringing back the workers would be made public by week’s end.

For now, however, he offered no details of what that plan might be, nor did he indicate if it might include a schedule of when workers not laid off but still working on reduced pay might have their full salaries restored.

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