This week, Elon Musk's legal team won a partial victory in a case before the Delaware Court of Chancery.
Data from 22 Twitter employees, or "caretakers," was mentioned in a Twitter movement.
41 others that the two sides previously settled on for sharing information. Katharine McCormick, the judge, presided.
on the matter Monday night, reaching the conclusion that Twitter needs to "gather, survey, and produce records" from only
from a single person: Kayvon Beykpour, Twitter's former head of shopper product.
With the October seventeenth preliminary date for Twitter's claim against Musk for attempting to separate their $44 billion
in search of proof that Twitter engaged in extortion, despite the company's legitimate group problems.