Twitter’s First Win Over Elon Musk! Judgment is to proceed as soon as possible

Deepak Gupta July 19, 2022
Updated 2022/07/19 at 11:51 PM

The soap opera of the purchase of Twitter by Elon Musk has been proving to be rich in unusual situations that no one expected. It started with Tesla’s strongman giving up on the deal and his attempts to postpone or even cancel this process.

The most recent action had been the request for adjournment, which has now had a response. The court denied this request for adjournment and this process is still to go forward, with a date set to reach the court bar.




Managing Elon Musk's Twitter purchase process hasn't been simple. This, which was an almost guaranteed deal, ended up suffering a setback recently, with the withdrawal of the purchase, with allegations that the information requested by the Tesla man had been denied.

Naturally, Twitter reacted strongly to this change, immediately proceeding to the courts. He wants Elon Musk to go ahead with the deal and buy the social network for the 44 billion that were set for this deal.

Twitter Elon Musk Trial Lawyers Court

In a first hearing that took place now, the judge Kathaleen St. J. McCormick decided to thwart Elon Musk's latest request. He wanted to postpone the trial to February 2023 to give his team time to prepare.

What was decided also goes against what Twitter wanted, but much more acceptable. The social network team wanted a 5-day trial, which will ultimately be 7 days. There is also the date scheduled for this confrontation, which after all does not take place in September, as intended.

Twitter Elon Musk Trial Lawyers Court

In court, Twitter's lawyer argued that Elon Musk's conduct was "inexcusable." The creator of SpaceX has maintained an employee retention plan and is focused on "unnecessary destruction of value". In response, Musk's lawyers suggested that Twitter was creating a problem with bot data.

Both teams agreed that Musk's team has run millions of queries on the real-time feed of Tweets as they are sent. Musk's lawyers also indicated that the New York Times received a copy of the file from Twitter before it was handed over to this team.

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