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Elon Musk’s lawyers try to slow down the progress of Twitter’s lawsuit

Elon Musk’s legal team has responded to Twitter’s lawsuit against him, saying the company is asking for an unreasonably quick trial. In response, Musk’s team is asking that the case be held until next year, they said Bloomberg.

Twitter has been pushing for the trial to take place in mid-September, citing the request to expedite things as Musk and Twitter’s merger agreement has a “presumptive end date” of October 24. However, Musk’s team is demanding that the trial take place no earlier than February 13, 2023. Bloomberg reports.

Twitter declined to comment on the matter, citing its initial complaint filed on Tuesday.

Twitter sued Musk earlier this week after he officially tried to cancel his $44 billion agreement to buy the company. Almost immediately after saying he intended to pull the plug, Twitter CEO Bret Taylor said the company would do so Bring Musk to justice, and the company filed its lawsuit on Tuesday. Musk had only responded in court on Friday, although on Tuesday he tweeted.

Musk’s main claim for wanting to end the merger is that Twitter didn’t give him the data to “perform an independent assessment of the prevalence of fake or spam accounts on the Twitter platform,” his legal team wrote last week. His team again referred to the bot problem in Friday’s submission. Corresponding The Wall Street Journal, they said that “the core dispute over fake and spam accounts is fundamental to the value of Twitter. It’s also extremely factual and expert-heavy and takes a lot of time to discover.”

There will be a 90-minute hearing next week on July 19 at 11 a.m. ET to decide when the trial will take place Bloomberg and Reuters.

https://www.theverge.com/2022/7/15/23220797/elon-musk-twitter-trial-scheduling-delaware-acquisition-lawsuit Elon Musk’s lawyers try to slow down the progress of Twitter’s lawsuit

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