Judge Says Twitter v. Musk Trial is Still on
Judge Says Twitter v. Musk Trial is Still on

Judge Says Twitter v. Musk Trial is Still on

6 october, 20221 minute to read
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In a new letter filed with Delaware’s Court of Chancery, Judge Kathaleen McCormick said the trail would go on.

In the letter, sent a day after news broke that Elon Musk said once again he was ready to buy Twitter under the original terms, Judge McCormick is announced that the trial will still move forward unless either party does something to formally change that.

The parties have not filed a stipulation to stay this action, nor has any party moved for a stay. I, therefore, continue to press on toward our trial set to begin on October 17, 2022,

she wrote in the filing.

The bulk of the letter, though, is devoted to another topic and explores Twitter’s concern about “allegedly deficient production of text messages and other instant messages to and from Elon Musk.”

In other words, Twitter thinks that some key conversations were not turned over in last week’s trove of Musk’s texts with a laundry list of Silicon Valley hotshots. So, Twitter wants to compel the billionaire to cough up all relevant messages from January 1 to July 8.

Twitter went so far as to accuse Musk of intentionally deleting or withholding “damaging messages.” Judge McCormick heard arguments about this specific subset of the broader drama on September 27.

6 october, 2022
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