Deadline Alert for TuSimple Class Actions: Johnson Fistula,

Deadline Alert for TuSimple Class Actions: Johnson Fistula,


SAN DIEGO, Oct. 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Shareholder Rights Law Firm Johnson Fistula, LLP announces that a class action lawsuit has been commenced on behalf of investors in TuSimple Holdings, Inc. (“TuSimple” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: TSP). The Class Action is being brought on behalf of shareholders who purchased or otherwise acquired TuSimple Shares between April 15, 2021 and August 1, 2022, both dates inclusive (the “Class Period”). Investors are hereby notified that they have until November 1, 2022 to request the court to appear as lead plaintiff in this lawsuit.

What actions can I take at this time? If you have suffered a loss and would like to learn more about being a lead plaintiff, please contact Jim Baker ([email protected]) by email or phone at 619-814-4471. When emailing, please include your phone number.

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According to the complaint, on August 1, 2022, the Wall Street Journal published an article titled “Self-Driving Truck Accident Draws Attention to Safety at TuSimple,” which brought to light a number of previously undisclosed concerns that undermined defendants’ representations and omissions regarding the safety of the company’s autonomous driving technology . The article referenced an April 6, 2022 accident involving a truck equipped with TuSimple technology and reported, among other things, that “[t]The accident… underscores concerns that the autonomous transport company is risking safety on public roads to rush to market driverless trucks, According to independent analysts and more than a dozen former employees of the company.”

A lead plaintiff acts on behalf of all other group members in directing the TuSimple class action. The lead plaintiff may select a law firm of its choice to conduct the class action. An investor…

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